27 02, 2024

Americans want pension plans, worry about retirement security – NIRS

2024-02-27T15:07:05-08:00February 27th, 2024|Categories: Retirement|Tags: , |

By Rob Kozlowski Source: Pensions & Investments National anxiety about retirement security continues to grow, and the vast majority of Americas believe all workers should have a pension plan, according to a new report from the National Institute for Retirement Security. According to the report, 79% of respondents to a national public opinion poll of working-age Americans believe that the nation faces a retirement crisis, up from 67% that expressed that sentiment in 2020, the last time NIRS conducted [...]

16 08, 2022

How Unions Pave the Path to Elder Security

2022-08-16T08:58:53-07:00August 16th, 2022|Categories: Retirement|Tags: , , |

Source: American Society on Aging Despite America’s vast wealth, more than 15 million older Americans—one-third of people ages 65 and older—are “economically insecure,” meaning they are poor or near-poor, according to the National Council on Aging. Half of all Black and Latinx people ages 65 and older are in this precarious situation, and older women are especially likely to be poor. These financially fragile older Americans “struggle with rising housing and health care bills, inadequate nutrition, lack of access [...]

29 09, 2020

Retirement security trumps job security

2020-09-29T12:22:24-07:00September 29th, 2020|Categories: Retirement|Tags: , |

Canadian workers are still focused on having a good workplace retirement plan, despite the global pandemic, according to a recent survey. Fifty-five per cent say that they are concerned about retirement security compared to 44 per cent who are worried about job security, finds the survey of 3,500 Canadians, conducted between May 27 and June 5 for the Healthcare of Ontario Pension Plan (HOOPP). “It reinforced to us how important and top-of-mind retirement savings are for Canadians,” says Steven [...]

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