Colorado considers state-facilitated retirement plan

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Colorado considers state-facilitated retirement plan

Plan aims to prepare adults for retirement, offset costs of aging population
Wes Naze and Robert Riester work together to place a new tree in the ground at The Grove: Colorado AIDS Memorial during a group volunteer day in Commons Park.
Members of the Colorado Secure Savings Plan Board included Colorado State Treasurer Dave Young, Kameron Haake and Pete Turner, founder of Illegal Pete’s. The board spent 10 months studying whether Colorado should adopt a retirement plan for workers who don’t already have one.

Colorado considers state-facilitated retirement plan

Wes Naze and Robert Riester work together to place a new tree in the ground at The Grove: Colorado AIDS Memorial during a group volunteer day in Commons Park.
Members of the Colorado Secure Savings Plan Board included Colorado State Treasurer Dave Young, Kameron Haake and Pete Turner, founder of Illegal Pete’s. The board spent 10 months studying whether Colorado should adopt a retirement plan for workers who don’t already have one.
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