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.
Reuters/Mark Blinch - U.S. dollar bills are displayed in Toronto in this posed photo, March 26, 2008.
Shifting Retirement Security Paradigms: When “Save Like Hell and Hope You Don’t Live Too Long” Isn’t Enough
November 10, 2014, William G. Gale and Sarah E. Holmes
Bill Gale and Sarah Holmes discuss a recent event and paper that proposes a shift in retirement savings behavior as Americans have begun living longer.
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May 14, 2014, David C. John
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December 8, 2011, Henry J. Aaron
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September 15, 2011, William G. Gale
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August 30, 2011, David C. John
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September 1, 2010, David C. John
July 16, 2008, J. Mark. Iwry and David C. John
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June 26, 2008, J. Mark. Iwry and David C. John
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January 16, 2008, Alice M. Rivlin
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November 8, 2007, J. Mark. Iwry and David C. John
Testimony | California Assembly Banking and Finance Committee
April 9, 2007, Matt Fellowes
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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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