A Tale of Two Retirements: As Working Families Face Rising Retirement Insecurity, CEOs Enjoy Platinum Pensions
For release Thursday, December 15, 2016 at 7:00 PM
Dear partners: Thank you for helping us spread the word about the Institute for Policy Studies’ “A Tale of Two Retirements” Report. Please use the hashtag #CanURetire when sharing with your community.
You can find the executive summary and full report here.
- Just 100 CEOs have $4.7B in retirement savings — as much as 59% of Black families https://ips-dc.org/report-tale-two-retirements/ #CanURetire [Image]
- WTH! 100 CEOs have us much retirement savings as 75% of Latino families: https://ips-dc.org/report-tale-two-retirements/ #CanURetire [Image]
- New from @IPS_DC: Walmart’s Quarter Billion Dollar Men: 3 CEOs with >$250M in retirement wealth https://ips-dc.org/report-tale-two-retirements/ #CanURetire
- New @ips_dc report on CEO-worker retirement gap calls for end to CEO pay subsidies https://ips-dc.org/report-tale-two-retirements/ #CanURetire
- Breaking: The 100 U.S. CEOs with the largest company retirement accounts have nest eggs worth a combined $4.7 billion. This is equivalent to the entire retirement savings of 59% of African American and 75% of Latino families. Read the new IPS report “A Tale of Two Retirements” at https://ips-dc.org/report-tale-two-retirements/
- Our new report on the CEO-worker retirement gap exposes the rigged rules that allow CEOs to put unlimited sums in tax-deferred accounts while ordinary workers have strict limits on their 401(k) contributions. Read more here: https://ips-dc.org/report-tale-two-retirements/