Policymakers must maintain adequate funding rules for defined-benefit pension plans.
Employers should be required to keep plan participants informed adequately and in a timely manner about the state of plan funding.
The Department of Labor must stringently enforce fiduciary rules to ensure that pensions are handled prudently and in the best interest of plan participants and beneficiarie
Public retirement systems should establish a maximum vesting period of five years for DB plans and one year for employers’ matching contr
States and localities should move toward full funding of their retirement systems.
The federal government subsidizes and incentivizes retirement savings through tax benefits for both individuals and employers.
Minimum distribution requirements for retirement savings should periodically be examined to reflect changes in life expectancy and income needs at older ages while ensuring
Some employers, mainly larger and mid-sized ones, offer workers access to a retirement plan.
Consumer spending is responsible for more than two-thirds of U.S. economic output.
Fair, equitable, and affordable financial products and services are essential to helping people and communities build and maintain wealth.