The Summit report contains findings and recommendations targeted to various generations to improve education as a way to increase retirement security. The summit, which took place in Washington, D.C. earlier this year, examined the differences in attitudes, behaviors, and concerns important to generations and at specific life stages.
The final report describes the messages and approaches for educating various generational groups developed by each breakout session.
Delegates to the Summit were an appointed bipartisan group with diverse experience, including representatives of state and local governments, professionals in the fields of employee benefits and retirement savings, private sector institutions, employers, the general public, and Members of Congress.
The full report, “Saving for a Lifetime: Advancing Generational Prosperity,” is available on the Internet at www.saversummit.dol.gov or by calling 1-866-275-7922.
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