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Welcome to the AARP State Retirement Resource Center, your go-to resource for data, information, and public opinion research related to state legislation, program design, specific focus areas, and implementation of retirement savings. For additional research requests or other needs, please contact Marissa Malta at email@example.com.
This AARP survey explored the opinions of registered Michigan voters on retirement saving issues.
A recent AARP survey among New York small business owners who do not currently offer a workplace retirement savings plan.
This AARP survey explored the opinions of 817 Alabama small business owners or decision makers about employee benefits.
Resource page with a national fact sheet and state specific fact sheets and research
Legislation enacted and introduced for state retirement savings
As states move forward to create and implement retirement savings plans for private-sector workers, there are important considerations for consumers, employers, and taxpayers.
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