10/7/2013 – As U.S. Retirement Crisis Builds, 10 Other Countries Get Better Marks

Oct 07, 2013 Comments Off by

The U.S. ranks No. 11 and gets a “C” letter grade in a ranking of 20 pension systems in the 2013 Melbourne Mercer Global Pension Index. The report took a macro look at where retirees come out in terms of a living pension including retirement income from government plans, employer plans and individual savings. The sustainability and integrity of the pension systems came into play too. Here’s a look at the countries that ranked in the top 10.

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