How could myRA and other proposals help with your retirement?
The U.S. retirement system isn’t working for millions of American workers. They need more help in preparing for a secure retirement.
Harkin’s universal retirement plan called a good start despite some hurdles
An ambitious idea for a universal retirement program introduced Jan. 30 by Sen. Tom Harkin, D-Iowa, is being welcomed for advancing a national debate on ways to improve retirement security, but it faces an uphill climb in Congress.
Corporate pension plans mark sad milestone
Corporate America’s move away from defined benefit plans hit a dubious milestone: For the first time since Pensions & Investments began listing the largest U.S. retirement plans, not a single corporate name appears in the ranking of the 10 largest defined benefit plans.
Snyder does right thing by helping pensioners
A letter to the editor from PRC Executive Vice President and Policy Director Karen Friedman (scroll down to see the letter)
MyRA for workers whose employers don’t offer retirement plan
President Obama said last week he will add to the panoply of retirement accounts a new one aimed at workers whose employers don’t offer a workplace plan.
Experts split on value of Obama’s new ‘myRA’ retirement account plan
President Obama’s plan to address tough issues facing workers with little or no retirement savings may have issues of its own.