Retirement Planning in the Age of Longevity


May 10-12, 2012

Baby boomers planning for retirement face a uniquely challenging environment. Changes in pension and retirement plans, questions regarding the stability of government entitlement programs, the lingering effects of the recent recession on investments and housing, continued low interest rates and returns, rising healthcare expenses, and longer life spans have made retirement planning an incredibly complex equation.

Sponsored by The New Retirement Forum™ with additional support provided by M. Michele Burns, Marsh & McLennan Companies, the Stanford Center on Longevity is convening a conference to provide a forum for discussion of the increasingly complex arena of retirement planning and education.

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