A Great (and Impossible) Plan to Fix Retirement

This idea could work if everyone agrees to take a pay cut, add an employers' tax and end 401(k)s.

Who wants to retire anyway?

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A lot of policy dilemmas could be fixed easily enough, if only you got past the politics. Talking to Teresa Ghilarducci, an economist and adviser to Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign, you get the impression that the retirement crisis isn't one of them.

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