Nearly Half of Marylanders Don’t Have Retirement Savings Plan Through Work as New Savings Program Launches
Nearly 1 million Maryland workers don’t have a traditional pension, 401(k) or similar savings plan through their jobs, according to a new AARP survey.
AARP is backing a bill that would restore pensions to thousands of Delphi Corp. employees impacted by General Motors’ 2009 bankruptcy filing.
Most small business owners in Rhode Island and Pennsylvania say more should be done to help workers save for retirement.
AARP supports several retirement-focused bills being considered by the Senate, including the Enhancing American Retirement Now Act.
The U.S. House of Representatives on Tuesday passed the Securing a Strong Retirement Act of 2022, which makes it easier for workers to save for retirement.
American families have been accumulating debt at a rapid pace over the past two decades, with the debt level nearly doubling. Yet family incomes have not kept pace. As a result, the long-term retirement security of many families is at risk.
Fifteen years ago, this week, we proposed the Automatic IRA as a way to boost retirement saving among the multitudes of American workers – now numbering roughly 55 million – who have no retirement plan at work.
Saving for your future doesn't have to be complicated. Here are four simple tips that can save you big money. Watch the video, and see below for even more resources.
We can't hide from the scary statistic in the story from the ABC affiliate in Houston below: about half of American workers don't have any retirement savings at all.
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