2/10/2015 – In retirement ranking, 18 countries beat the U.S.

Feb 10, 2015 Comments Off by

For the third year in a row, the U.S. barely cracks the top 20 nations when it comes to retirement security, according to this year’s annual ranking from Natixis. Among the other countries the U.S. trails: top-ranked Switzerland and second-ranked Norway, as well as Australia, New Zealand, Iceland, and Luxembourg. The U.S. also trails Japan, which vaulted from 27th last year to 17th this year, thanks to its “fiscal reforms and health-care improvements,” the report says. And the U.S. barely edges out Slovenia—a country where GDP per capita is nearly half what it is in the states.

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Financial Security 2015, Longevity News 2015

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