Sound policy and Social Security reforms could boost older adults’ employment, improve their financial security, and ease the economic pressures of an aging society
Under the center's proposed reforms, workers who experience the greatest challenges in the labor market could still face financial insecurity in retirement.
Public school teachers must contribute to a retirement plan that denies them a fair return. It may not be unconstitutional, but it sure seems unfair.
One in seven is adults is likely to need long-term care for five years or more. But at a cost of at least $250,000, it’s far beyond affordable for most.
Regulations that promote low-density development disconnect older adults from their community and limit access to vital goods and services.
Older adults spend much more on housing than health care or anything else.