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The 70 percent income replacement rate, which for decades has been the rule of thumb in assessing the country’s state of retirement readiness, is too arbitrary and ultimately “of little use” in measuring economic preparation for retirees, according to two researchers from the RAND Corp.

Nick Thornton

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