The Baby Boomer Documentary Addresses Current Hurdles with Retirement Income
You may have heard of The Baby Boomer Dilemma documentary, which takes a close look at the retirement landscape in America and how it’s being funded.
The movie centers around the fictional story of a Florida couple, who have concerns about their future financial security.
An 85-min film, The Baby Boomer Dilemma ends with the wife distraught about not having a guaranteed source of income for their retirement, whether a pension or an annuity. Here’s a little bit more information about the film’s content, including how you can potentially watch The Baby Boomer Dilemma with a complimentary viewing.
The IMDB description of the movie bills it as an “expose of America’s retirement,” with director Doug Orchard noting it’s the “first MPA-rated movie that looks at retirement income.”
Some of the nation’s top economic leaders provide insight on the state of U.S. retirement financing since World War II. Pressing awareness on public and corporate pensions, Social Security, 401(k)s, and annuities are covered.
By the end, some of the experts discuss how annuities can help provide a more reliable income. This all-star line-up of experts includes the “father” of the 401K and the following:
- William F. Sharpe, Ph.D., American economist and Nobel Prize winner
- Olivia S. Mitchell, Ph.D., U.S. economist, professor at The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
- Moshe A. Milevsky, Ph.D., economist, professor at York University Schulich School of Business, Executive Director of the Individual Finance and Insurance Decisions Centre
- Brigitte C. Madrian, Ph.D., Dean, Marriott School of Management at BYU & former professor at Harvard and University of Chicago
- Robert C. Merton, Ph.D., Nobel Prize winner, U.S. economist, professor at MIT Sloan School of Management
- Ted Benna, human benefits consultant, ‘father’ of the 401(k)
Former government officials, whistleblowers, and other movers-and-shakers also appear, including The Honorable David Walker, former U.S. Comptroller General, and Eric A. Cioppa, former president of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners.
Want to view this documentary for yourself? It just might change your perspective on retirement income and preparing for your financial future.
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