When I'm Sixty-Four: The Plot against Pensions and the Plan to Save Them

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Index
Note: The letters b, f, n, and t refer to boxes, figures, notes, or tables on the page indicated. The number following an n refers to the note number on that page.
401(k) plans, 118; accumulation risks and, 121–22; administrative costs of, 135; advantages of, 119–20; cash-outs and, 137; costs of, 131–33, 309n22; coverage stagnation and, 117; destabilization of the economy and, 226–30; employer costs and, 130–31, 133b–34b; employer risk and, 119; employment risk and, 119–20; ERISA and, 119; ethnicity and, 118; financial advice and, 135; inflation risk and, 125; investment fees and, 127; investment risk and, 125–29; leakage and, 102, 137; limits on, 263–64, 328n6; longevity risk and, 122–25; management and fees and, 17, 136–37, 296n6; myopia and, 121; origins of, 117; participation in, 130–32, 309n19, 309n21; risk summary, 129, 129t; satisfaction and, 73, 303n15; saving and, 25, 120–21, 297n15, 308n5; tax subsidies and, 10, 21–23; temptation risk and, 121; trends of, 117–18; worker demand for, 135–36; younger workers and, 233–34, 323n24. See also defined contribution (DC) pension plans
Aaronson, Stephanie, 88
AARP, 189, 223
Abbott Laboratories, 134
Academy of Actuaries proposal, 305n40
advance funding retirement, 156b; Guaranteed Retirement Accounts and, 269; other nations and, 325n30; Social Security and, 183
AFL-CIO: Department of Corporate Affairs, 257; executive pay watch, 326–27n42; Proxy Guidelines, 258, 327n46. See also American Federation of Labor; Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO)
African-Americans: employers' pension plans and, 118; life expectancy and, 123, 182, 202–3; personal savings accounts and, 160; retirement time and, 212; U.S. retirement system and, 56; workforce participation and, 224
age: chronological versus real, 197–98, 200–1; discrimination and, 221–22; eye of the beholder and, 218
Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA), 321n3
airline industry, 3–4, 69, 119, 205, 306n45; DBs and, 307n53; legacy costs and, 249; PBGC and, 70–72, 99–101, 103–5; PBGC deficits and, 107,113, 307n54. See also specific companies
Air Transportation Stabilization Board (ATSB), 101, 103
Alabama state and local employees, 69
Alcoa, 84
Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers, 256
American Academy of Actuaries, 96
American exceptionalism, 238, 302n71, 309n24, 323n1
American Federation of Labor, 241. See also AFL-CIO
Anderson, Gary, 97
antidiscrimination rules. See Internal Revenue Service (IRS) antidiscrimination rules

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