The Current State of 401(k)s - The Employer Perspective
TCRS' new research among employers offers an overview of retirement plan sponsorship rates, comparisons by company size, and includes worker insights. Coincident with the release of the new report, on behalf of TCRS and Transamerica Institute, Catherine Collinson has been invited to share the findings and other research before the U.S. Senate Special Committee on Aging’s hearing titled, “Closing the Gap: Innovations to Promote Americans’ Retirement Security.”
Sixteen Facts About Women's Retirement Outlook
TCRS has published research for more than a decade showing that women are at a greater risk of not achieving a financially secure retirement compared to men. This study, based on the 16th Annual Transamerica Retirement Survey, covers research of more than 2,400 women workers in the U.S. and shines a light on their current retirement preparedness and outlook for their own retirement. With this study, TCRS aims to raise awareness of the retirement risks that women face and highlight opportunities where women can take greater control of their long-term financial security.
A Compendium of Findings About American Workers
A Compendium of Findings About American Workers -- 16th Annual Survey (2015) - Full Survey Results
Complete results from the 16th Annual Survey. The worker report includes trend data and comparisons by company size, generation, gender, household income, and educational attainment, which are also available as excerpts.
Retirement Throughout the Ages: Expectations and Preparations of American Workers
As part of the 16th Annual Transamerica Retirement Survey, this report examines current expectations and preparations among American workers in their twenties, thirties, forties, fifties, and sixties and older.
Social Security Turns 80
Social Security was enacted 80 years ago this August and serves as a foundation of American’s retirement security.However the U.S. retirement landscape has been evolving, with increases in life expectancies and shifting labor patterns, leading to the need for Social Security reform. The 16th Annual Transamerica Retirement Survey examines workers’ attitudes and expectations around Social Security.