Most retirees in U.S. to be financially worse off than parents

Washingtonpost.com says for the first time since the New Deal, a majority of Americans are headed toward a retirement in which they will be financially worse off than their parents. And the full extent of the damage is only now being grasped by experts and policymakers.
Oklahoman Published: February 18, 2013
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Washingtonpost.com says for the first time since the New Deal, a majority of Americans are headed toward a retirement in which they will be financially worse off than their parents.



And the full extent of the damage is only now being grasped by experts and policymakers.

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