Potential retirement savings options for self-employed individuals, part-time employees and full-time employees whose employers do not offer a retirement savings plan.
Virginia employers' level of interest in participating in a state-sponsored private retirement option.
Costs associated with launching a state-sponsored private retirement option, and an estimated timetable that includes milestones such as reaching self-sufficiency.
Other state examples/experiences with state-sponsored private retirement plans.
Potential state agencies that would be responsible for launching and managing the private retirement option.
Your input is critical to understanding how Virginians feel about a state-sponsored private retirement program for the 1.8 million Virginians who are not currently covered by an employer-sponsored plan.
Hear from representatives from The Pew Charitable Trusts who will give a broad overview of private sector retirement models and discuss the experiences of states around the country implementing state-facilitated private retirement programs. Learn more about the financial consequences of insufficient retirement savings through a presentation by Econsult Solutions, Inc., as well as how the Virginia529 study team crafted the study to assess and address the retirement savings gap. This presentation was previously recorded at the Virginia College Savings Plan October Board Retreat.
Join Virginia529 to learn about its state-facilitated private retirement study. Hear from retirement savings program leadership in California, Illinois, and Oregon who oversee programs in their respective states, as well as retirement industry experts. This webinar also explores insights into the state of retirement savings for employers and employees in Virginia, addressing current gaps and potential solutions.