According to the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College's National Retirement Risk Index, retirement security is uncertain and workers at risk of being unable to maintain their pre-retirement standard of living once they retire has risen over 9 percent in the past ten years from 44 percent to 53 percent.
What does NRRI stand for?
NRRI stands for National Retirement Risk Index
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- National Rules for the Resolution of Employment Disputes (American Arbitration Association)
- Negative, Right Reading, Emulsion Down
- National Rehabilitation & Rediscovery Foundation, Inc. (Arlington, VA)
- National Right to Read Foundation
- Naval Radio Receiving Facility
- North Russia Relief Force (Russian Revolution)
- Nurses Recruitment and Retention Fund (Manitoba, Canada)
- Natural Resources Research Group (Western Kentucky University)
- Nonreducible Rotational Head Tilt Deformity
- National Regulatory Research Institute (Ohio State University)
- Natural Resources Research Institute (University of Minnesota Duluth)
- Network Rating and Routing Information Committee (NANPA)
- National Railroad Retirement Investment Trust
- Norsk Rhodesian Ridgeback Klubb (Norwegian: Norsk Rhodesian Ridgeback Club; dog breeding)
- New River Regional Landfill (New River Solid Waste Association; Florida)
- Norsk Radio Relae Liga (Norwegian: Norwegian Radio Relay League; Norway)
- Northern Regional Research Laboratory (USDA)
- Norwegian Road Research Laboratory (Oslo, Norway)
- Navy Reserve Readiness Module (US Navy)
- Nuclear Risk-Reduction Measure
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Recently the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College issued a new report on their National Retirement Risk Index.
About The National Retirement Risk Index The National Retirement Risk Index, developed by the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College, is based on data from the Federal Reserve Board's Survey of Consumer Finances.
The National Retirement Risk Index - a nationally recognized measure produced by the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College and sponsored by Prudential - shows that the number of workers at risk of being unable to maintain their standard of living in retirement has risen from 30 percent to 51 percent over the past 20 years.
The Center for Retirement Research at Boston College's National Retirement Risk Index shows that workers at risk of being unable to maintain their pre-retirement standard of living once they retire has risen from 30 percent in 1989 to 51 percent in 2009," said Marcks.
The National Retirement Risk Index is widely recognized as a key indicator of Americans' retirement readiness," said Mary-Jane Flaherty, vice president and head of Strategic Initiatives at Prudential.
High-income Boomers experience largest increase in National Retirement Risk Index COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Potential tax increases will lead to a higher number of households 'at risk' in retirement.
High Net-Worth' Households Experience Largest Increase in National Retirement Risk Index COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Though many households focus on accumulating assets for retirement, it is equally important that they have a plan in place to help them get as much as possible out of those assets during retirement.