NRRI

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NRRINatural Resources Research Institute (University of Minnesota Duluth)
NRRINational Regulatory Research Institute (Ohio State University)
NRRINational Retirement Risk Index
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Figure 2 The National Retirement Risk Index, 1983-2016 1983 1986 1989 1902 1995 1998 2001 2004 2007 2010 2013 2016 31% 31% 30% 37% 38% 40% 38% 45% 44% 53% 52% 50% Source: Authors' calculations based on the SCF (1983-2016).
The CRR gratefully acknowledges Prudential Financial for its sponsorship of the National Retirement Risk Index.
This explanation does not account for the steady rise in the National Retirement Risk index since 1983, however, though it is more consistent with the rise in defined-contribution plans, which leave an increasing number of households to make savings and investment decisions on their own.
"The National Retirement Risk Index: An Update," Center for Retirement Research at Boston College Brief, no.
Last year, the National Retirement Risk Index calculated that 53% of households would have trouble maintaining their standard of living after their working years end.
The Center for Retirement Research at Boston College used the National Retirement Risk Index (NRRI), which measures American households "at risk" of being unable to maintain their present standard of living in retirement, to determine at what age most Americans would be able to retire.
The figure isn't much better for boomers, according to the National Retirement Risk Index compiled by the Center's researchers--Alicia H.
The CRR developed a National Retirement Risk Index that measures the percentage of working-age households that are at risk of not being able to maintain their pre-retirement standard of living once they stop working.
The National Retirement Risk Index developed by the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College provides new context and a fresh perspective for continuing conversations between the insurance professional and the client.
For more information on the National Retirement Risk Index, visit the Boston College Center for Retirement Research web site at www.bc.edu/centers/crr/nrri.
The CRR developed a National Retirement Risk Index to measure the share of working-age households at risk of being unable to maintain their preretirement standard of living after they stop working.
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