This is an excellent presentation. At the 2013 Annual American Society on Aging Conference last month, where Ken Dychtwald was the recipient of this year’s Leadership Award, he keynoted the general session. In this forward-looking presentation, Ken Dychtwald explores: how long we’ll live; how people will make use of their newfound longevity bonus; how different nations and cultures now view the role and purpose of their growing ranks of long-lived men and women; how the boomers’ desire to stay socially engaged will give rise to a revolution in mentoring, volunteering and philanthropreneuring; what the aging network can do to help guide and nourish this unprecedented global social transformation. He also outlines the emerging five stages of retirement and the personal, social and financial challenges of each stage.
From April 2013, this Frontline documentary explores saving for retirement through employer-based plans in the US. It spends quite a bit of time discussing fees in plans and also how broker-dealers work with their clients. A good overview for someone that wants to learn more about how employer-based plans structure their fees and how this impacts their future. I was struck at how unprepared industry representatives were for some of the interviewer’s questions.