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Private Pensions: Better Agency Coordination Could Help Small Employers Address Challenges to Plan Sponsorship
Charles Jeszeck (au)
Because about one-third of private-sector employees in the U.S. work for small employers, Congress and federal agencies have made efforts to encourage small employers to sponsor retirement plans for workers. However, federal data show workersäó» access to plans remains limited, leaving many without a work-based plan to save for retirement. This report examined: (1) characteristics of small employers that are more or less likely to sponsor a plan for their employees; (2) challenges small employers face in establishing and maintaining a plan for their employees; and (3) options to address these challenges and attract more small employer plan sponsors. Charts and tables. This is a print on demand edition of an important, hard-to-find report.
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