Join California State Controller Betty Yee as she kicks off a series of expert panels about California Secure Choice, the state’s new retirement savings program. Most Americans are not saving enough to pay for their retirement, and more than a third of private sector workers do not have access to a workplace retirement plan. To address this challenge in California, the state legislature and Governor Jerry Brown recently enacted a law creating California Secure Choice, a state-mandated retirement plan to help more of these workers save. Nationwide, the federal government and a growing number of states are looking at ways to increase retirement savings.

Join The Pew Charitable Trusts and the California Budget & Policy Center on Nov. 17 to explore California’s plan, key implementation questions, and how the state’s retirement savings challenge compares with that in other states.

Visit The Pew Charitable Trusts to join the webcast. Registration not required.

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