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 Jack VanDerhei - “We find there are a lot of people who need to be saving more than they are, if they hope to be able to afford a comfortable retirement.”
 Jack VanDerhei - “Overconfidence is the word that comes to mind.”
 Jack VanDerhei - “People typically take a cue from their parents' generation which had pension plans and retiree health programs. And they know they're making more money than their parents did.”
 Jack VanDerhei - “To expect the probability of having a defined benefit plan to double, given the pension freezes that's what blows me away.”
 Jack VanDerhei - “A lot of today's workers look at today's retirees and say, 'They seem to be in good shape, and I'm making more than Mom and Dad were making, so I should be in good shape, too,' What they're totally failing to realize is that the generation of people retired today by and large had benefit plans and retiree health plans that are being increasingly cut back today.”
 Jack VanDerhei - “The trend from defined-benefit to defined-contribution plans has not come because employees have wanted to take on that risk. It's because employers have wanted to get rid of that risk.”
 Jack VanDerhei - “It's clear that people currently working should factor into their retirement planning the long-term trend away from traditional defined benefit pensions. That means people need to be saving more than they are.”
 Jack VanDerhei - “To expect the probability of having a defined benefit plan to double, given the pension freezes that's what blows me away.”
 Jack VanDerhei - “It's going to be a good 10 to 15 years into the Baby Boom generation of retirement that it's finally going to hit people that this is no longer a sure thing and they'll have to start planning. Hopefully they'll figure that out when there's still time to do something.”
 Jack VanDerhei - “I would say that a huge percentage of them who don't already have automatic enrollment would adopt it overnight.”