The Employee Benefit Research Institute sees savings, retirement and health issues becoming increasingly important in the lives of individuals, employers and public policymakers.

As the baby-boom generation gets closer to 65, the national population over 65 will increase from 13% to 20%, Dallas Salisbury, president of EBRI, wrote in the 2006 annual President’s Report. Health and retirement issues will move to the center of the policy debates and the 2008 presidential election.

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