Do you agree or disagree with my list?
Is it wise for states to opt their teachers and other employees out of Social Security?
Should auto-enrollment and state-managed IRAs be pushing the poor into retirement savings? Or is there a better way?
What do you think? Should public pensions get to disclose liabilities based on expected return-based rates? That’s my latest Forbes article.
Yeah, I seem unable to make up my mind: “we need simple consistent retirement advice for everyone” one day, “maybe level percents of pay aren’t all they’re made out to be” the next. So sue me.
What do you think?
What should we, or could we, do to make annuities a more attractive substitute for employer pensions?