‘Retirement Savings Shortfalls for Today’s Workers’ and ‘The Impact of the COBRA Premium Subsidy on Coverage’

Source: Employee Benefit Research Institute, EBRI Notes, Vol. 31, No. 10, October 2010

From the summary:
Retirement Savings Shortfalls: Recent analysis by EBRI finds that the average retirement savings shortfall is about $48,000 per individual–and that adding nursing home and home health care costs would in some cases almost double that amount.
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COBRA: The federal subsidy to help laid-off American workers pay for continued health care through the COBRA program helped fewer individuals than expected–in part because COBRA premiums remained unaffordable for many families even with the subsidy, according to a new article by EBRI.
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