With millions of workers nearing age 65, retirement saving remains a crucial issue to the American public. But only half of American workers have access to an employer-based retirement plan and many observers are concerned that Americans are saving too little for retirement.
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Relief for cities’ budget-busting health-care costs
July 26, 2015, Robert C. Pozen and Joshua D. Rauh
The budgets of many cities and states will soon be disrupted by new accounting rules for retiree health plans. Local governments pay most of the health-insurance premiums for their retired employees.
U.S. Economic Performance
Opinion | Wall Street Journal
July 22, 2015, Robert E. Litan and Hal Singer
July 14, 2015, Joshua Gotbaum
Blog Post | AARP
July 13, 2015, David C. John
June 23, 2015
Economic Facts | The Hamilton Project
June 23, 2015, David Boddy, Jane Dokko, Brad Hershbein and Melissa S. Kearney
Paper | The Hamilton Project
June 19, 2015, Wesley Yin
June 16, 2015, John N. Friedman
Testimony | US Department of Labor Advisory Council on Employee Welfare and Pension Benefit Plans
May 28, 2015, David C. John
May 20, 2015, Johannes Koettl
May 7, 2015, Robert C. Pozen
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William G. Gale
Co-Director, Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center
Director, Retirement Security Project
Henry J. Aaron
Senior Fellow, Economic Studies
The Bruce and Virginia MacLaury Chair
Barry P. Bosworth
The Robert V. Roosa Chair
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