The Retirement Confidence Survey, currently in its 29th year, is the longest-running survey of its kind, measuring worker and retiree confidence about retirement. Conducted by the Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI) and independent research firm Greenwald & Associates, the survey gauges the views and attitudes of working-age and retired Americans regarding retirement, their preparations for retirement, their confidence with regard to various aspects of retirement, and related issues.

Please join us for a deep dive into this year’s findings by Craig Copeland, EBRI Senior Research Associate and co-author of the survey report, Glenn Dial, Senior Retirement Strategist, American Century Investments and moderated by Neil Lloyd, Partner, and Head of US Defined Contribution & Financial Wellness Research, Mercer.

Some of the major findings we’ll discuss include:
  • Income stability vs. maintaining wealth in retirement preferences
  • Retirement preparations of Gen Xers relative to other generations
  • Confidence in knowing how much income is needed in retirement and how to withdraw income from savings and investments
  • Provision of unpaid care to others by workers and retirees
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* 1. Please register me for the EBRIefing: Retirement Confidence Survey - Generating Retirement Income and Special Considerations of Generation X on August 21 at 2:00 p.m. EST.