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How States Can Help People Plan for Their Old Age

America faces a looming crisis of millions of seniors living in poverty, created by an exploding aging population, longer life expectancy, and the dangerously low savings rate of American workers. Today, a 65-year-old in the U.S. can expect to live for two more decades, and by 2035, the senior population will have grown 65 percent to 79 million from a current 48 million.
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