Monthly Archives: March 2016

Productive Aging

2016-03-26T19:35:54+00:00

Last month, The Forum at Harvard T.H. Chan’s School of Public Health broached the topic, “The Aging Workforce: Challenges and Benefits for the Public's Health.” During the discussion, panelists spent considerable time on the phrase productive aging, which essentially measures how retired Americans can continue to be socially, economically, and intellectually engaged participants in society. [...]

Better Information on IRRs Needed

2016-03-21T11:40:44+00:00

A couple of people shared the new Government Accountability Office (GAO) Retirement Security report with me earlier this month on Income Replacement Rates (or Ratios), thinking I’d be interested, since we issued our white paper on IRRs last year. The GAO report makes interesting reading, as much for what it says, as what it does [...]