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LIMRA examines employee retirement attitudes

Ever since the onset of the financial crisis and the subsequent adjustments individuals, families and governing bodies have had to make as a result, there has appeared in the soil of the country a widening rift. One that polarizes all aformentioned parties: The attitudes and expectations that the private sector has of the non-for-profit sectors and vice-versa.

Political opportunists and advocates for both segments have seized the opportunity to turn one another into scapegoats and ailments of the current weak economic state: The non-for-profit sectors often casting blame on the private sector for their bottom line, short-sighted and often reckless financial outlook and the private sector deriding the not-for-profit sector as lazy, greedy societal sponges; wiping state federal coffers clean with their generous benefits.

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