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Blue States Experiment with New Retirement Models
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  • Anthony

    “For years, it has been tacitly accepted that large numbers of Americans are significantly under prepared for retirement…This is a healthy debate to have, as the policy stakes are high….Moreover, while there is merit in contrasting different views, there is also danger of false equivalence”: http://www.aer/org/publication/why-americans-don‘t-face-a-retirement-crisis/

  • Boritz

    “The government role in such programs should be as small as possible…”

    Government’s role in all things is already as small as possible. We are reminded of this whenever there is a debate about the possibility of slowing the rate of acceleration of the growth of government which we know from those discussions is the same as throwing grandma in her wheelchair off a cliff.

  • Fat_Man

    Is this another expense for employers on top of the $15/hr minimum wage?

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