Retire with Enough Money: Strategies for Making Your Money Last
Tuesday, November 29, 2016
With ever-changing policies on retirement planning, it’s tempting to put off saving for retirement until there is a clear path to follow. Do you invest safely knowing that the money will be there, but might not be quite enough? Or do you invest more aggressively in the hopes that you have more money to spend later in life? Labor economist and a nationally recognized expert in retirement security, Dr. Teresa Ghilarducci will help you cut through the confusion and misinformation with a strategy to help you achieve what you are planning for in your retirement savings.
Her program will explain:
• What a person or household needs to have saved;
• How much to expect from Social Security; and
• How to make your money grown between now and then.
There are no gimmicks or magical thinking—just valuable recommendations that will make attending this teleclass a wise investment!
Inspiration, insights and community for working women.
Join us on Tuesday, November 29th at 1pm Eastern for this call-in event.
Dial-in information will be emailed to you after you register.
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TERESA GHILARDUCCI is an expert on retirement, pensions, and personal savings and the Bernard L. and Irene Schwartz Chair in Economic Policy Analysis at The New School for Social Research. She has a PhD in economics from the University of California, Berkeley and taught previously at the University of Notre Dame. Her 2008 book, When I’m Sixty-Four: The Plot Against Pensions and the Plan to Save Them, was recognized for containing the best economic idea of 2008 by The New York Times. Her book Labor’s Capital: The Politics and Economics of Private Pensions won The Association of American Publishers award for the best business book of 1992. She has written for and been featured in The New York Times, Money, Kiplinger’s, Businessweek, U.S. News & World Report, Parade, and more.