WASHINGTON -- How will the sustained period of low interest rates affect retirement planning?
A forthcoming study from the Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI) attempts to quantify the very real effect that low interest rates and muted yields in certain asset classes could have on investors' ability to sock away enough to cover their retirement.
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