Better Lifetime Income Options for Retirement Security: How Do We Get There?
The AARP Public Policy Institute, TIAA-CREF Institute, and Urban Institute invite you to join us for release and discussion of groundbreaking research on how consumers view guaranteed income options for their retirement savings and how they might make greater use of these options to improve their financial security.
With many baby boomers facing an uncertain retirement—and younger workers finding it increasingly difficult to save—the time is ripe for a fresh look at ways to promote greater financial security as we age.
Join our panel of experts as they answer such questions as
What are the income prospects for future generations of retirees?
What drives some individuals to select lifetime income options and deters others?
What have we learned about the appeal and value of these options?
What public policies might expand the availability and selection of lifetime income options?
Speakers and Discussants:
Stephanie Bell-Rose, managing director, TIAA-CREF, and head of the TIAA-CREF Institute
David John, senior research fellow, The Heritage Foundation, and deputy director, the Retirement Security Project, Brookings Institution
Richard Johnson, director, Program on Retirement Policy, Urban Institute
Sandy MacKenzie, senior strategic policy adviser, AARP Public Policy Institute
James Poterba, Mitsui professor of economics, MIT
Anna Rappaport, Anna Rappaport Consulting
Susan Reinhard, senior vice president, AARP, and director, AARP Public Policy Institute
David Richardson, senior economist, TIAA-CREF Institute
Eugene Steuerle, Richard B. Fisher chair and Institute fellow, Urban Institute
Lina Walker, director, Health Policy Issues, AARP Public Policy Institute
Stephen Zeldes, Benjamin M. Rosen professor of economics and finance, Columbia University