State Guides

State Program Guides

State-Facilitated Retirement Savings Programs: A Snapshot of Plan Design Features (19-03, August 30, 2019 UPDATE)
This document provides summary information, grouped by plan design model, about the features of the state-facilitated retirement savings programs enacted by 10 states and 1 city.

A Guide to State-Facilitated Retirement Program Features (August 30, 2019 UPDATE) – Supporter Access Only
This comparison chart provides an overview of the features of current state-facilitated retirement savings programs around the country. This guide updates, combines and replaces two previous guides (Comparison of Retirement Plan Design Features, by State: Massachusetts, Washington, New Jersey, Vermont and New York (19-02) and Comparison of Retirement Plan Design Features, by State: Illinois, Oregon, Maryland, Connecticut, California and Seattle (19-01)).

State Legislative Guides

A Guide to State-Facilitated Retirement Savings Legislation, 2018 – Supporter Access Only
This guide documents the legislation enacted or introduced in state and cities during 2018, organized by type of model considered. During the 2018 legislative session, at least 16 states and cities introduced or enacted legislation. Since 2012, more than 43 states have considered or enacted legislation to address the retirement savings gap among private-sector workers.

A Guide to State-Facilitated Retirement Savings Legislation, 2017 – Supporter Access Only
This guide documents the legislation enacted or introduced in state and cities during 2017, organized by type of model considered. During the 2017 legislative session, at least 22 states and cities introduced or enacted legislation. Since 2012, more than 40 states have considered or enacted legislation to address the retirement savings gap among private-sector workers.