Finally, a retirement plan friendly to smaller savers?
Under the president’s plan, myRA retirement accounts would be available to U.S. workers who don’t have access to a 401(k) plan.
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.
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.
Hello, myRA: Retirement Savings for Beginners
A new acronym has been added to the lexicon of savings and retirement plans – the myRA. That stands for My Retirement Account and is a twist on the well-known IRA or Individual Retirement Account.
Obama’s MyRA program seen as a modest first step to get people saving for retirement
President Obama’s plan to create retirement accounts for workers who do not have that option on the job represents a tiny first step toward addressing the increasingly urgent problem of Americans who do not save enough for old age, analysts say.
myRA retirement plans, explained [audio]
President Obama unveiled the new “MyRA” plans in his State of the Union speech last night. He stumbled a bit over the name, and there’s still some confusion about what they’ll be called — some of the folks we talked to are pronouncing it “Myra,” like the name. But the idea behind the accounts is […]
Treasury to pick manager for Obama myRA retirement program
President Barack Obama’s new “myRA” retirement savings program will be run by a private-sector money management firm chosen by the U.S. Treasury Department from a field of up to 30 firms, a senior administration official said on Wednesday.
Obama’s MyRA Gets Early Go Ahead
President Barack Obama is moving quickly to make good on his pledge to create a new “starter” savings program for workers without a retirement plan on the job.