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GovExec Daily: How Confident Are Women in Their Retirement Plans?

EBRI's Craig Copeland joins the podcast to discuss his organization's recent study.

The Employee Benefit Research Institute’s 2022 Retirement Confidence Survey found unmarried women workers and retirees have lower retirement confidence than their married counterparts and are more likely to have lower incomes and assets. In a recent issue brief headlined “The Perfect Storm — Factors Contributing to Lower Retirement Confidence Among Women Who Are Not Married” our guest today unpacks the data on women’s retirement confidence.

Craig Copeland is Director of Wealth Benefits Research at the Employee Benefit Research Institute. He joined the podcast to discuss the survey, its findings and how women are set up for retirement.

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