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The Majority of Older New Jerseyans Support a State Plan to Help Residents Build Their Own Private Retirement Savings


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Statement from Sarah Mysiewicz Gill--a senior legislative representative with AARP's government-affairs department--in:
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(GILL):
"WHILE MANY OLDER NEW-JERSEYANS ARE CURRENTLY SAVING FOR RETIREMENT, OUR SURVEY FOUND THAT TWO-IN-THREE ARE ANXIOUS ABOUT HAVING ENOUGH MONEY TO ACTUALLY RETIRE.  MOST OF OUR RESPONDENTS AGREE THAT SAVING FOR RETIREMENT THROUGH WORK IS IMPORTANT.  AND, SEVEN-IN-10 SUPPORT A STATE-PLAN THAT WOULD HELP RESIDENTS BUILD THEIR OWN, PRIVATE RETIREMENT-SAVINGS.  SUCH A PLAN SHOULD BE BOTH EASY-TO-USE AND LOW-COST; IT SHOULD ALSO FOLLOW EMPLOYEES, FROM JOB TO JOB.  WHAT'S MORE, FOUR-IN-FIVE AGREE THAT NEW-JERSEY'S ELECTED-OFFICIALS SHOULD SUPPORT A STATE-PLAN THAT ALLOWS ALL RESIDENTS TO SAVE FOR RETIREMENT THROUGH WORK.  AND, THREE-IN-FIVE WOULD THINK MORE POSITIVELY OF LOCAL SMALL-BUSINESSES THAT OFFER THEIR EMPLOYEES SUCH A PLAN.
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