ASEC

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ASECAviation Systems Engineering Company (Lexington Park, MD)
ASECAmerican Savings Education Council
ASECAuthorized Sun Education Center (Sun Microsystems)
ASECAmerican Studies Electronic Crossroads (American Studies Association)
ASECAustralian Software Engineering Conference
ASECAvenger Sebring Enthusiasts Club (car club)
ASECAteneo Student Exchange Council (Ateneo de Manila University; Philippines)
ASECAgrupacion Secundaria de Estudiantes Cristianos (Spanish: Agrupacion Christian High School Students)
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The American Savings Education Council is "a national coalition of public- and private-sector institutions committed to making saving and retirement planning a priority for all Americans."
A survey conducted by the American Savings Education Council and the Employee Benefit Research Institute indicated that only seven percent of parents think that their children understand personal finance well.
(7.) American Savings Education Council (ASEC), the Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI), and Matthew Greenwald and Associates, "Youth and Money," (1999), www.asec.org/youthsurvey.pdf (accessed 12/01/04).
The Government Finance Officers Association has joined a public-sector coalition with the Employee Benefits Research Institute (EBRI), the American Savings Education Council (ASEC), the National League of Cities (NLC), the International City/County Management Association (ICMA), and the ICMA Retirement Corporation (ICMA-RC) to encourage expanded workplace savings programs.
19% 13% Source: 2004 Retirement Confidence Survey, from the Employee Benefit Research Institute, Washington; the American Savings Education Council, Washington; and Mathew Greenwald & Associates, Washington.
A 2002 study by the Employee Benefit Research Institute, the American Savings Education Council, and Mathew Greenwald & Assoc.
There are several free tools available -- he recommends the Ballpark Savings Estimate toll from the American Savings Education Council, available at www.choosetosave.org/ballpark.
Don Blandin, president of the American Savings Education Council (ASEC), states consumers should immediately: 1.
According to the 2000 Retirement Confidence Survey conducted by the American Savings Education Council (ASEC), only 24% of African American workers are very confident they will have enough money saved to live comfortably throughout their retirement, compared with 26% of all workers.
For more help, fill out the retirement planning worksheet in the BLACK ENTERPRISE Wealth-Building Kit (call 877-WEALTHY toll free or log on to www.blackenterprise.com for your copy), or try an online retirement calculator such as those at www.quicken.com, www400.fidelity.com or www .asec.org, the site of the American Savings Education Council.
In fact, the American Savings Education Council's 1999 Minority Retirement Confidence Survey revealed that 24% of all workers were not confident that they are prepared financially to retire comfortably in their golden years.
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