Did you know that in 2019 more than 20 percent of adults over the age of 65 were still working or looking for work, according to AARP?

That is why it is so important for public employees to have access to a secure form of retirement: a defined benefit pension, instead of a defined contribution plan. 

In our new video below, we share the facts on why and how pensions provide a more secure form of retirement for public employees than 401(k)s. 

To learn more, check out our Defined Benefit Pension Plans vs. 401(k)-style Defined Contribution Plans one-pager to see the important distinctions between retirement plans and what they mean for public employees. And be sure to subscribe to our emails and follow us on Facebook and Twitter for the latest on how to protect pensions.