EBRI Study Suggests Younger Workers Will Feel Greatest Negative Impact from Lack of Social Security Reform

The absence of meaningful Social Security reform will be have the greatest negative impact on younger workers, according to a report issued by Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI). Workers in the age 35 to 39 study cohort will need to accumulate an additional $58,000 in their retirement savings to offset the impending reductions, again absent corrective action. Read a ThinkAdvisory summary of the report here

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