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Strengthening the Retirement System Beyond Social Security
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Editors: Kala E. Upshaw
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This book discusses the retirement system in the U.S. beyond Social Security. The Education and Labor Committee is exploring the shortcomings in our nation's retirement system and looking at solutions so that Americans can enjoy a safe and secure retirement. The current economic crisis has exposed deep flaws in our nation's retirement system. These flaws were mostly hidden when the market was doing well. Since the beginning of the crisis, trillions of dollars have evaporated from workers' 401(k) accounts. Millions of workers have seen a significant portion of their retirement balance vanish in just a few short months. The decline has forced many workers to consider postponing retirement or rejoining the workforce if they have already retired. For many retirees coping with rising costs for health care and other basic expenses, this loss in income is simply devastating. While fully restoring the lost wealth of the baby boom cohorts may not prove feasible, Congress can take effective steps to create a better retirement system for future generations. This can done at no cost to taxpayers, simply by having the government assume market risk by averaging returns over time. There are no economic or administrative obstacles to going this route, it is simply a question of political will. In any case, the message is that we need more organized retirement savings. A declining Social Security system and fragile 401(k) plans will not be enough for future retirees.

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Table of Contents:
Preface

Chapter 1. Fee Disclosure in Defined Contribution Retirement Plans: Background and Current Legislation, pp. 1-16
(John J. Topoleski)

Chapter 2. Private Pensions: Fulfilling Fiduciary Obligations Can Present Challenges for 401(k) Plan Sponsors, pp. 17-45
(United States Government Accountability Office)

Chapter 3. Retirement Security Hearing- Orszag Testimony, pp. 47-53
(Peter R. Orszag)

Chapter 4. Strengthening Worker Retirement Security Hearing- American Benefits Council White Paper, pp. 55-71
(American Benefits Council)

Chapter 5. Strengthening Worker Retirement Security Hearing- Baker Testimony, pp. 73-78
(Dean Baker)

Chapter 6. Strengthening Worker Retirement Security Hearing- Hutcheson Testimony, pp. 79-86
(Matthew D. Hutcheson)

Chapter 7. Strengthening Worker Retirement Security Hearing- John Bogle, before the Committee on Education and Labor, U.S. House of Representatives, pp. 87-99
(John C. Bogle)

Chapter 8. Strengthening Worker Retirement Security Hearing- Miller Statement, pp. 101-103
(George Miller)

Chapter 9. Strengthening Worker Retirement Security Hearing- Munnell Testimony, pp. 105-113
(Alicia H. Munnell)

Chapter 10. Strengthening Worker Retirement Security Hearing- PSCA Statement, pp. 115-123
(House Committee on Education and Labor)

Chapter 11. Strengthening Worker Retirement Security Hearing- Stevens Testimony, pp. 125-141
(Paul Schott Stevens)

Chapter Sources

Index

   Series:
      Retirement Issues, Plans and Lifestyles
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2010
   ISBN: 978-1-60741-752-1
   Status: AV
  
Status Code Description
AN Announcing
FM Formatting
PP Page Proofs
FP Final Production
EP Editorial Production
PR At Prepress
AP At Press
AV Available
  
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