7/8/2013 – Tackling America's retirement crisis (Politico)

We don’t have a Social Security problem in America. We have a retirement problem.

We’re living longer — the average 65-year-old has nearly two decades of life ahead, and one in every four will live past 90 — but producing fewer workers. That combination is producing a big bill for longer retirements that we’re already struggling to pay.

Read the full article at Politico.
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