Since Title IX’s passage, women have made significant economic gains; and they do not appear to have undone these gains by opting to spend more of their adult life single.
This series quantifies the "legacy debt" (unfunded liabilities from long ago) for several major state-administered retirement systems and offers a new approach to better manage these liabilities.
This report aims to identify the characteristics of small firms that offer a retirement plan to help determine which firms without a plan may be more likely to offer one in the future.
This report considers how one aspect of paid family and medical leave program design – allowing employers to opt out and offer comparable private plans – affects the generosity of benefits, who bears the cost, and employer practices.
This report explores options for improving access to workplace retirement savings plans.
Given the relative affordability of current pension costs, the report suggests two changes to NHRS that would likely increase costs today but would reduce the risk that poor investment returns and/or a backloaded funding policy could significantly increase costs or reduce the funded ratio down the road.
Any solution to the multiemployer problem must be comprehensive, not only helping those in serious trouble today but also staving off future problems.
Awareness of scammer's disguises can help individuals steer clear of fraudulent schemes that can rob them of their financial security.
Student debt in the United States now approaches $1 trillion – exceeding Americans’ credit-card balances for the first time – and 59 percent of U.S. undergraduates are in debt, according to FinAid.org.
In the fall of 2010, the CRR sponsored a series of qualitative interviews with consumers on a range of retirement issues.