The top 100 CEOs in the U. S. have accumulated retirement accounts equal to 40% of all workers. Scott Klinger with Jobs With Justice, and Olivia Alperstein with the Institute for Policy Studies, have recently issued their third “A Tale of Two Retirements” reports, comparing the retirement benefits of top CEOs and the “common” workers, focusing on the double standard in tax code which allows unlimited contributions to tax-deferred retirement accounts by high earners, but limiting those of lower workers.
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