If you were born in the Boomer generation (meaning born between the years 1946 – 1964) this cautionary yet informative film can help you through the Baby Boomer Dilemma.
Throughout my practice, I’ve often emphasized the importance of having a retirement plan focused on retirement income. Pensions are slowly becoming a thing of the past and rumors of Social Security going away fill news headlines. It’s never been more important to be proactive and knowledgeable of secure retirement income planning. That is why I encourage pre-retirees to watch The Baby Boomer Dilemma Documentary made by authoritative economic analysts including Ted Benna, the “The Father of the 401(K)”.
The Baby Boomer Dilemma Documentary goes over the current hurdles and uncertainties of traditional retirement planning, including not as talked about downsides of 401(k)’s and what will happen if/when Social Security runs out. Brigitte C Madria, PH. D, Dean of Marriott School of Business mentions a new look at risk management due to rising market uncertainties. Tom Hegna, PBS Host: Don’t Worry, Retire Happy addresses the growing shift of advisors specializing as retirement income specialist.
Retirement planning has newer risks than it did for our grandparents, but that is in no way to say that the Baby Boomer Dilemma will prevent retiree’s from living the retirement they want. This documentary provides concise elaboration on the ever-increasing importance of self-invested wealth and financial solutions. All of which being told first hand from economic analysts and government leaders.
The Baby Boomer Dilemma Documentary features some of the nation’s top economic minds on retirement income including Robert C. Merton, Ph.D. (MIT & Nobel Prize winner 1997), William F. Sharpe, Ph.D. (Stanford & Nobel Prize winner 1990), Olivia S. Mitchell, Ph.D. (Wharton & Executive Director of the Pension Research Council), Bridget C. Madrian, Ph.D. (Dean, Marriott School of Management at BYU & former Professor at Harvard & Chicago), David F. Babbel, Ph.D. (Wharton & former Professor at Berkley & a division founder at Goldman Sachs), Moshe A. Milevsky, Ph.D. (York University, Toronto).
The film also features government leaders and professionals including the Honorable David M. Walker (former US Comptroller General from 1998 to 2008, former Social Security Trustee, former Acting Executive Director of the Pension Benefit Guarantee Corporation — the PBGC), Hon. Mike Gallagher, Ph.D. (currently part of the ‘Trust Act’ bi-partisan commission to structure the fix to the trust problems), Eric A. Cioppa (2019 President of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners or NAIC and the Insurance Commissioner or Superintendent of Insurance for the State of Maine).
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