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New Research Identifies Pathway to Increasing Retirement Earnings for Individuals

Georgetown University Center for Retirement Initiatives study highlights how using alternate assets through target date funds can increase certain investment returns and lower risk

Washington, D.C., June 19, 2018 – A new report from the Georgetown University Center for Retirement Initiatives (CRI) highlights how target date funds (TDFs) can be modified to possibly improve expected retirement income for individuals. TDFs are investment vehicles that become more conservative as the retirement target date nears. The report shows that the strategic use of alternate assets in a TDF can increase retirement income and lower risk. Read More