Private Pensions: Improving Worker Coverage and Benefits

DIANE Publishing
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Private pensions (PP) can help assure that workers receive adequate incomes in retirement. However, millions of workers have no individual pension coverage. Since the 1970s, only about half of the nation's workers have been covered by PP. This report examines the issues surrounding PP coverage and benefit adequacy and what measures might improve the income prospects of future retirees. Discusses the potential for reform of the PP system to improve workers' coverage and benefits. Reviews approaches other than the voluntary, single-employer-based pensions system that might expand pension coverage and improve the retirement income of those workers likely to lack pensions.
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Publisher
DIANE Publishing
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Published on
Jul 31, 2002
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Pages
47
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ISBN
9780756725297
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Language
English
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Genres
Business & Economics / Personal Finance / Retirement Planning
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