AARP Oregon retirement savings

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By Joyce DeMonnin, AARP Oregon Outreach Director
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Senator Lee Beyer and Representative Tobias Read propose to establish the Oregon Retirement Security Savings Board to evaluate the best, most cost-effective way to set up a state-wide retirement savings plan in Oregon.
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The state legislative session begins soon and here is AARP Oregon's priorities. We can use your help. If you are interested in our advocacy efforts, sign up for regular updates at aarp.org/getinvolved.
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Women face special challenges while trying to build a secure retirement for themselves. Studies show that 60 percent of boomer-age women say they aren’t confident they’ll have enough money to live comfortably in retirement.
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CLACKAMAS, OR: With one in six Oregonians age 45-65 banking less than $5,000 in their retirement savings accounts, retirement security is a hot topic in Oregon right now! A recent DHM Research survey confirms the need and support for more options to save for retirement.
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New fact-finding panel will explore ways to help Oregonians increase retirement savings
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