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Provides news, analysis, and stances of polices affecting those heading towards retirement. AARP is a membership organization of Americans 50 or older and lobbies Congress to support the needs of its members close, or in, to retirement.
Provides information on activities in Congress regarding retirement benefits as well as the Council's stance of these activities towards reform. The American Benefits Council lobbies for legislative support of volunteer employer provided employee benefits.
Find information on Social Security and pensions, including the strategic vision of US Chamber of Commerce regarding retirement. The US Chamber of Commerce lobbies Congress on behalf of its members who are individual businesses.
Overview Resources on Social Security, Pensions & 401(k)s
Provides in-depth analysis of US politics, government policy, the economy &campaigns. This service includes The Hotline, NJDaily, the Almanac of American Politics and polls of the public and political insiders.
Provides analysis of retirement, specifically Social Security, as well as suggested Social Security reform. Cato Institute is a libertarian organization, focusing on limited government, and is considered right of center.
Find charts, issue briefs and suggestions for Social Security reform. The Concord Coalition focuses on advocating responsible fiscal policy while maintaining entitlement programs, considered moderate to left of center.
Find information on the financial status of Social Security, its effect of poverty levels for seniors and suggestions for reform. The Center on Budget & Policy Priorities focuses on the needs of low-income Americans, considered left of center.
Find analysis of proposed reforms and those supported by the AFL-CIO. This organization is a federation of national and international labor unions, focusing on worker rights, considered left of center.