Life Expectancy Rate and Retirement
Retirement and financial planning professionals talked about the implications of increased life expectancy on the workplace and financial… read more
Retirement and financial planning professionals talked about the implications of increased life expectancy on the workplace and financial planning. Topics included Social Security and Medicare, and personal financial planning, and the economy.
This program was part of a New America Foundation, Slate Magazine, and Arizona State University forum on how living longer affect society and public policy. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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- Kalamarides, Jaime Senior Vice President Prudential->Institutional Retirement Investment
- Mensah, Lisa Executive Director Aspen Institute->Initiative on Financial Security
- Warshawsky, Mark J. Vice Chair Federal Commission on the Long-Term Care
- Weisberg, Jacob Chair and Editor-in-Chief Washington Post Company->Slate Group
- Yglesias, Matthew Correspondent Slate.com->Business and Economics
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