65. Whether it’s far off or right around the corner, building a secure retirement is a concern for every American.
With increasing healthcare costs, pension cuts, and the fate of social security in question, many are left to figure out and fund retirement on their own.
But help is on the way. New from Detroit Public Television, it’s When I’m 65.
When I’m 65 gives gloss-free explanations of how the times and timing, even our own psychology, affect us all and offers can-do action plans to answer the questions posed by Baby Boomers, Gen Xers, and Millennials alike, including:
- How should I save with my 401(k) or IRA?
- What if I have to work longer before I can retire?
- What will happen to social security?
The retirement landscape is changing. When I’m 65 is a guide to help navigate it, no matter what your picture of retirement may be.
Narrated by David Brancaccio of American Public Media’s Marketplace
Featuring experts, including (in order of appearance):
President, Women’s Institute for a Secure Retirement (WISER)
Robert C. Merton
Distinguished Professor of Finance, MIT Sloan
Editor in Chief, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance
Director, Center for Retirement Research – Boston College
Professor of Psychology & Behavioral Economics, Duke University
President & CEO, Age Wave
Financial Journalist, Forbes
David C. John
Deputy Director of Retirement Security, The Brookings Institution
Author, PBS Next Avenue
Shared Housing Advocate, Women for Living in Community
State Senator Daniel Biss
Illinois, 9th District
Hal E. Hershfield
Assistant Professor, Anderson School of Management UCLA
Founder & Executive Director of the Freelancers Union
CEO & Co-Founder of Abaris
Professor of Economics, New School for Social Research
President, Institute for Fiduciary Standard