How Can Policymakers Close the Racial Gap in Retirement Security?


Other policy options could help level the playing field for Black workers and savers, helping them overcome the systemic racism that often obstructs wealth building and limits retirement security.

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October 14, 2020

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Employer-sponsored Health Insurance Costs Keep Soaring


A final point: If you’re still working you may well need to pay Medicare’s high-income premium surcharges, which might make Medicare less competitive by comparison.

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October 9, 2020

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America’s Retirement Race Gap, and Ideas for Closing It


Scholars and policymakers have proposed ways to fix the inequities between whites and people of color, including changes to Social Security and building wealth from birth.

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August 20, 2020

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Over Half of Unemployed Older Workers at Risk of Involuntary Retirement


Several indicators show 2.9 million older workers who exited the labor force are unlikely to return.

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August 7, 2020

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Aging Workers Need Stronger Defense, Not Steeper Discounts


The initial shock of the coronavirus and mass unemployment crisis is beginning to wear off. It is being replaced by a deepening sense of threat and dread among the tens of millions of aging workers and retirees who were already facing age discrimination in the workplace and a decade or more of unsustainable retirements.

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July 22, 2020

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The New Social Contract: Age-Friendly Employers


The New Social Contract: Age-Friendly Employers explores the vital role of employers in helping workers successfully navigate their working lives and prepare for retirement, a role that has become even more crucial and precarious amid the pandemic.

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July 15, 2020

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How is the Pandemic Impacting Retirement Timelines?


Many older workers are telling pollsters that they will need to work longer due to the economic crisis. But for many, that will be no more than wishful thinking, I suspect.

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July 9, 2020

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Growth of Working-Age Adults Hasn’t Kept Up With Graying America


Those over 65 jumped 34% in the latest Census compared with 2010 and the number of U.S. centenarians almost doubled to 100,000.

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July 5, 2020

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