Upcoming Board Meetings
In 2019, SB19-173 created the Colorado Secure Savings Board in the Office of the State Treasurer to study the costs to the state of insufficient retirement savings and 3 approaches to increasing retirement savings in Colorado. The board found that a state-facilitated automatic enrollment individual retirement account program is the best option for Colorado and recommended the establishment of such a program, coupled with the greater use of financial education tools in the state. In furtherance of the board's recommendation, SB20-200 directs the board to create and implement the Colorado Secure Savings Program.
Report and Studies from 2019 and 2020
Report to Governor Polis and the General Assembly, February 2020:
Center for Retirement Research at Boston College, Study A: Colorado Secure Savings Plan, February 2020.
Center for Retirement Research at Boston College, Study B: Colorado Secure Savings Plan, February 2020.
Corona Insights, Retirement Savings Research: Colorado Secure Savings Plan Board, December 2019.
Corona Insights, Employer Input Research: Colorado Secure Savings Plan Board, January 2020.
Econsult Solutions Inc., The Fiscal Impacts of Insufficient Retirement Savings in Colorado: a report to the Colorado Secure Savings Plan Board, February 2020.
Board Members - Bios and Headshots
Dave Young, Colorado State Treasurer (Board Chair)
Keshia Allen Horner
Carolyn S. Paul
Sean Wood (Vice Chair)
January 5, 2021
December 10, 2020
Secure Savings Program Timeline (subject to change)
October 29, 2020
October 13, 2020