Kent Conrad and James Lockhart outline a bipartisan proposal that allows Americans the opportunity to easily save for retirement straight from their paychecks.
Social Security is the bedrock of retirement security for most Americans. But to maintain that position, it needs to be modernized and put on more secure footing.
One-third of those with federal student loans in repayment are more than 90 days delinquent, and trends point to delayed homeownership and retirement savings.
The system of “cash” scoring that the Joint Committee on Taxation uses only accounts for funds spent and revenues collected over the next few years, but saving for retirement is a lifetime process.