A new study commissioned by the Marine Corps concludes that the new Blended Retirement System (BRS) won't endanger force retention under any reasonable set of economic and behavioral assumptions. It also suggests that young career-minded service members who opt into the BRS, to get government-matching of their Thrift Savings Plan contributions, will still have potential career retirement benefits that most civilian peers would envy. Read Tom Philpott's latest Military Update to get the whole story.
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