How do higher education employees view their retirement readiness in the context of a volatile and depressed stock market and price inflation not seen in 40 years?
Lifetime Income & Retirement Security
Prior research suggests Covid-19 mortality has, in the U.S., disproportionately harmed those with low income, African Americans, and Hispanics. Have these groups’ subjective survival perceptions changed in a manner consistent with observed outcomes?
Differences in wealth and income by race and ethnicity are well established. How do these differences affect retirement income security?
Fifty years after the passage of Title IX, is there still a gender gap in retirement readiness?
In the 50 years since the enactment of Title IX, which prohibits sex discrimination in any education program or activity receiving federal financial assistance, women have made enormous strides in educational attainment, work and earnings. What effect has this had on their preparedness for retirement?
The second wave of the Healthcare Sector Financial Wellness Survey provides an updated analysis of personal finances and financial well-being among full-time employees in hospitals and healthcare systems.
Abundant economic and public policy data suggest that many Americans will struggle to maintain an adequate income in retirement.
This paper examines estimated retirement ages and retirement income choices for TIAA participants over the 2000 to 2018 period. Retirees have access to a full menu of distribution options; including life annuities, non-life guaranteed income, systematic withdrawals, required minimum distributions (RMDs) and cash.
The number of older Americans has risen dramatically in recent decades, and they are taking increasing responsibility for managing their accumulated wealth.