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Join Our AskGAOLive Chat on Retirement Savings, Monday June 29th

Posted on June 25, 2015

Retirement is around the corner for the Baby Boom generation. However, changes in pension plans and uncertainty about the future of Social Security raise questions about whether this and other generations of Americans are saving enough to retire.

On Monday, June 29th at 2:30pm EDT, join us here for a live video chat with Charlie Jeszeck, a director in GAO’s Education, Workforce, and Income Security team, about how financially prepared Americans are to retire.

You can send us your questions in advance via email or on Twitter using #AskGAOLive, and then tune in here on Monday for answers. Live closed captioning will be available here.

AskGAOLive Chat on Retirement Savings


Online video chat with Charles Jeszeck, Director, Education, Workforce, and Income Security.

Can’t tune in Monday at 2:30pm EDT?

  • After the conclusion of the live event, this blog post will feature a recording of the chat.
  • Read our recent report on retirement security.
  • Listen to our podcast with Charlie Jeszeck on the findings from the report:

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