Listen to: 8,000 days: What to expect in retirement
Wednesday, July 26, 2017
4:15 p.m., ET
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Conference ID: 8522973
The traditional view of retirement is outdated. Unlike past generations, retirement is no longer a relatively brief period at the end of our lives. Medical advances are leading to increased life expectancy and as a result longer retirements than ever before. Most of us are excited about what lies ahead, imagining endless days devoted to golf, grandchildren and travel. But chances are retirement will have its challenges.
Retirement is now an entire life stage waiting to be written. But for some people, that story is a difficult one to craft alone. Getting a better sense of what lies ahead and how to map it all out can be a remarkably helpful means of putting a framework together for your own story. For invaluable insights listen to this important call with Dr. Joe Coughlin, Ph.D., the Founder and Director of the MIT AgeLab, who will lead an interactive discussion sponsored by Hartford Funds. Dan Huth of UBS will host the call.
You’ll get answers to tough, critical questions including:
- What does a longer lifespan mean for our future?
- What are the four phases of retirement?
- What’s the rationale behind 8,000 days of retirement?
- How do you plan not just for day 9 but for day 3,901 and much beyond in retirement?
- What does the new research say about retirement?
Catch up on previous conversations
The caregiver's challenge—"Planning for children with special needs"
Financial planning in the shadow of Dementia
Is Medicare a mystery to you?
Rich lessons: Raising financially responsible children
Avoid an identity crisis: Learn how to protect yourself online
Secure more from Social Security
Year-end strategies for philanthropy
Living long and living well
Read the white paper from the MIT AgeLab and Hartford Funds: 8,000 Days: An entire phase of your life waiting to be invented
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