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For years, my father and grandfather worked at jobs with penions and they worked hard, got a decent wage and was taken care of when they retired... but since the 80s... it seems like this has gone the way of the past... 401ks are all the rage and when the market dips, you can't retire for 10 more years overnight! oh well, I have a feeling that in about 20 years when there are NO pensions left, a lot of people may wake up and realize that these 401ks aren't the same thing, and that they just don't have the money... did we all trade a few bucks today for a stable retirement tomorrow?
Goldman sachs . credit default swaps. and bond that where really rate bbb. that some how got list as aaa also a system that was made,t on getting most home loans out that it could. so they could become bonds. it did nor,t matter that those loans where never going to be payed.. because main goal was to sell then
People live much longer now than they did even 20 years ago, that combined with more people in the baby boom drains the pension funds past the breaking point. Retirement used to be a 3-5 year prospect, now people expect to live for 20 years or more past age 65. It's unsustainable.
Your prediction is already here today. Most private sector workers have no Pensions. Most private sector workers have less than 25% adequate funding in their 401(k)s to sustain their life at retirement age. The future of aging workers/retirees is not too bright in America as of today, and will only get worse. The 98% poor / 2% Rich is already locked in to America's population.
It's the reality that we all have to work with now. People have to start taking charge of their retirement funds, and in my opinion, putting all your eggs in one basket (401K) might not be the best way to go. I'm not an expert on financing, so I can't tell anyone what to do, but we all have to find a way.
Back then, there wasnt this tax cut hysteria being bleated by the r. wing extremists. Now, in order to produce "balanced budgets," r.w. extremist governors are lying about the contribution the state are supposed to be making to pension funds, unemployment & disablility benefits. This fraud went on for years, leaving the pension funds and benefits grossly underfunded. new-jersey was the first state ever found liable by the SEC for violation of federal securities law. The slap on the wrist the SEC gave new-jersey is shocking.
Back then it seems to me is that City, State and County workers made a lot less but had great benefits, and now they still have great benefits but their pay has sky rocketed therefore putting all of us in the trouble we're in today. And 401K just are not what they used to be.
And then to top that off We also had ( predominately Republicans ) scam people out of their pensions the S and L scandal and 401Ks etc.
It came with becoming a debtor nation and a nation of consumers and instant gratification. People need to start making their own plans for retirement.
I don't know but I'm sure governors still have better pensions than teachers... You know if what they offer for teachers is so good how come the governor doesn't get it too...?
Employers did not put the money in pension funds they agreed to. Thought they could make it up later.