Retirement Savings Needs
Dale Hall also spoke by phone about projections that show lifespans are expected to increase and how that could affect how Americans save for retirement.
Diane Oakley talked about how Americans were expected to live longer and could potentially outlive their retirement savings. She also examined how this could affect the U.S. economy.
Dale Hall also spoke by phone about projections that show lifespans are expected to increase and how that could affect how Americans save for retirement. close
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Diane Oakley Executive Director National Institute on Retirement Security
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