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Are reports of Americans’ retirement savings inadequacy overblown?

At the Plan Sponsor Council of America (PSCA) conference, Andrew G. Biggs, resident scholar at American Enterprise Institute (AEI), suggested reports of Americans’ retirement savings inadequacy are overblown and offers data to back that up. He argued that the Current Population Survey (CPS) on which many research studies are based is a “terrible source of information about retirement income.” To read more of Andrew G. Biggs’ remarks, click on the attached link. Read article here…

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