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As New York City's Elderly Population Swells, Concerns Rise Over Lack of Access to Retirement Plans
The New York Times; subscription may be required Link to more items from this source
May 22, 2014
"By 2030, the city will have 1.3 million people 65 and over, up from a million today.... 59 percent of workers in the city do not have either a pension or a 401(k), up from 51 percent a decade ago. Many small businesses do not have the human resources capacity to manage a 401(k).... In [one] proposal for the city, workers would be required to contribute a percentage of their pay. There would be no required employer match."

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