The United States is not #1 when it comes to retirement security – in fact it failed to even crack the top 10 on the recently released 2016 Natixis Global Retirement Index, which assessed and ranked 43 countries on the retirement security of their residents. Instead, the U.S. ranked “a middling No. 14, right after Luxembourg and several notches below No. 3 Iceland and No. 4 New Zealand.” When it comes to explaining this ranking, where did the U.S. score well? Where did it score poorly? Based on what appears to be working in the retirement systems of countries that ranked higher, what could the U.S. do in order to improve the retirement security of its residents? CLICK HERE to read more.