“A Comprehensive Plan to Confront the Retirement Savings Crisis” is a proposal for a new approach to national retirement savings by SCEPA Director Teresa Ghilarducci and Blackstone President Tony James.
The plan proposes a simple, immediately effective solution to address the fundamental flaws in today’s broken retirement system. If we stay on our current path, America will face rates of poverty among senior citizens not seen since the Great Depression. The strain of this population will have resounding effects across the economy, the government and future generations.downward mobility
In response to this challenge, Ghilarducci and James have researched and developed a national plan that ensures every worker a more secure retirement. The plan details a single, sustainable framework that allows Americans to save consistently, generate the returns necessary and retire with guaranteed lifelong income. And by repurposing lopsided subsidies and strategically using existing government infrastructure, this plan can be implemented with no new taxes, bureaucracy or increase of the federal deficit.
This plan was developed by an unlikely partnership between Ghilarducci and James. Together, they’ve developed a simple, actionable solution to this impeding crisis.
- “A Comprehensive Plan to Confront the Retirement Savings Crisis” Report
- “A Comprehensive Plan to Confront the Retirement Savings Crisis” Summary
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- “The Plan That Could Render Your 401(k) Obsolete” in CBS News
- “National Retirement Savings Plan Proposed” in Benefits Pro
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