Where states stand with their retirement plans

Since 2012, 40 states have acted to implement, study or consider legislation to establish state-facilitated retirement savings programs

Sep 2, 2017 @ 6:00 am

By Greg Iacurci and Ellie Zhu

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Source: Georgetown University Center for Retirement Initiatives. Data as of August 2017.
*Massachusetts' prototype plan is similar to a multiple employer plan, but the degree of state involvement is less

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