No Retirement Plan at Work?

An automated savings program can fix that

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No Retirement Plan at Work? An Automated Savings Program Can Fix That

Americans from all walks of life work hard to save for retirement. However, nearly half of private sector employees—tens of millions of Americans—do not have access to retirement savings at work. Automated savings programs also known as “auto IRAs,” can help employers provide access to retirement savings options without cost to small business owners. These programs not only help small businesses retain top talent, but they also reduce the burden on states and taxpayers by lowering the amount of social assistance needed to help workers after they retire.

State Automated Savings Programs
State Automated Savings Programs

State Automated Savings Programs

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Tens of millions of Americans don’t have access to workplace retirement benefits, threatening their future financial security and burdening state budgets. In the last decade more than a dozen states and cities passed legislation establishing automated savings programs designed to help workers save for retirement. Also known as auto-IRAs, work and save, and secure choice, these programs allow small businesses to recruit and retain workers by offering a no-cost retirement benefit. And when workers are more financially secure, they are less reliant on taxpayer-funded government programs, better able to withstand financial shocks, and more likely to save for their future.

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