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Daily headlines warn American workers that their retirement years may be far from golden. The average worker needs more retirement income than ever, due to increased life expectancy and soaring health care costs. But the main components of the retirement income system --Social Security and employer-provided pensions --are on the decline. What's more, fewer employers are providing retiree health insurance, forcing households to purchase their own coverage or do without. This bleak picture has inspired calls to fix Social Security, shore up employer pensions, and redesign 401(k) plans. But as Alicia Munnell and Steven Sass show in this thought-provoking book, the most effective response to the retirement income challenge lies elsewhere --in remaining in the workforce longer. At first blush, it may seem almost Orwellian to suggest that saving retirement requires reducing its length. But working longer does not mean working forever. By staying on the job for another two to four years, retirees in 2030 can be as well off as those in the current generation. Wo "rking Longer i"nvestigates the prospects for moving the average retirement age from 63, the current figure, to 66. The authors ask whether future generations of workers will be healthy enough to work beyond the current retirement age, as well as whether older men and women are willing to do so. They examine companies' incentives to employ older workers and ask what government can do to promote continued participation in the workforce. Finally, they consider the challenge of ensuring a secure retirement for low-wage workers and those who are unable to continue to work. Spending a few additional years in the labor force can make a big difference. By continuing to work until their mid-60s or beyond, most individuals should be able to secure a reasonably comfortable retirement. Implementing such a change on a large scale will not be simple, however. It requires thought and planning on the part of individuals, employers, and the government. In Working Longer, Munnell and Sass explain what each of these groups can and should do to keep the American dream of retirement alive. Working Longer: The Solution to the Retirement Income Challenge Munnell, Alicia H. / Sass, Steven A., Brookings Institution Press

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Daily headlines warn American workers that their retirement years may be far from golden. The main components of the retirement income system -Social Security and employer-provided pensions and health insurance -are in decline while the amount of income needed for a comfortable retirement continues to rise. In Working Longer, Alicia Munnell and Steven Sass suggest a simple solution to this. Daily headlines warn American workers that their retirement years may be far from golden. The main components of the retirement income system -Social Security and employer-provided pensions and health insurance -are in decline while the amount of income needed for a comfortable retirement continues to rise. In Working Longer, Alicia Munnell and Steven Sass suggest a simple solution to this problem: postponing retirement by two to four years. By following their advice, the average worker retiring in 2030 can be as well off as today's retirees. Implementing this solution on a national scale, however, may not be simple. Working Longer investigates the prospects for moving the average retirement age from 63, the current figure, to 66. Munnell and Sass ask whether future generations will be healthy enough to work beyond the current retirement age and whether older men and women want to work. They examine companies' incentives to employ older works and ask what government can do to promote continued participation in the workforce. Finally, they consider the challenge of ensuring a secure retirement for low-wage workers and those who are unable to continue to work. The retirement system faces very real challenges. But together, workers, employers, and the government can keep this vital piece of the American dream alive. Books, Business, Finance and Law~~Finance & Accounting~~Finance, Working Longer~~Book~~9780815703112~~Steven A. Sass, Alicia Haydock Munnell, , , , , , , , , ,, [PU: Brookings Institution Press]

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Daily headlines warn American workers that their retirement years may be far from golden. The main components of the retirement income system—Social Security and employer-provided pensions and health insurance—are in decline while the amount of income needed for a comfortable retirement continues to rise.In Working Longer, Alicia Munnell and Steven Sass suggest a simple solution to this problem: postponing retirement by two to four years. By following their advice, the average worker retiring in 2030 can be as well off as today''s retirees. Implementing this solution on a national scale, however, may not be simple. Working Longer investigates the prospects for moving the average retirement age from 63, the current figure, to 66. Munnell and Sass ask whether future generations will be healthy enough to work beyond the current retirement age and whether older men and women want to work. They examine companies'' incentives to employ older works and ask what government can do to promote continued participation in the workforce. Finally, they consider the challenge of ensuring a secure retirement for low-wage workers and those who are unable to continue to work.The retirement system faces very real challenges. But together, workers, employers, and the government can keep this vital piece of the American dream alive. Alicia H. Munnell, Steven A. Sass, Books, Business and Finance, Personal Finance, Retirement Planning, Working Longer: The Solution to the Retirement Income Challenge Books>Business and Finance>Personal Finance>Retirement Planning, Brookings Institution Press

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Daily headlines warn American workers that their retirement years may be far from golden. The main components of the retirement income system -Social Security and employer-provided pensions and health insurance -are in decline while the amount of income needed for a comfortable retirement continues to rise.In Working Longer, Alicia Munnell and Steven Sass suggest a simple solution to this problem: postponing retirement by two to four years. By following their advice, the average worker retiring in 2030 can be as well off as today's retirees. Implementing this solution on a national scale, however, may not be simple. Working Longer investigates the prospects for moving the average retirement age from 63, the current figure, to 66. Munnell and Sass ask whether future generations will be healthy enough to work beyond the current retirement age and whether older men and women want to work. They examine companies' incentives to employ older works and ask what government can do to promote continued participation in the workforce. Finally, they consider the challenge of ensuring a secure retirement for low-wage workers and those who are unable to continue to work.The retirement system faces very real challenges. But together, workers, employers, and the government can keep this vital piece of the American dream alive. business and finance,business and investing,consumer behavior,economic policy,economic policy and development,economics,marketing and sales,personal finance,political science,politics and government Marketing & Sales, Brookings Institution Press

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Working Longer: The Solution to the Retirement Income Challenge
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Munnell, Alicia H.; Sass, Steven A.

Titel:

Working Longer: The Solution to the Retirement Income Challenge

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0815703112

Working Longer investigates the prospects for moving the average retirement age from 63, the current figure, to 66.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780815703112
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0815703112
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2009
Herausgeber: BROOKINGS INSTITUTION
206 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,327 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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