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"transamerica center" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Transamerica Center for Retirement Study says most people aren't really realistic when it comes to thinking about that amount. Most workers think they'll need to replace about 67% of their pre retirement income. Because they expect their cost of living to go down. You guys would agree with that. How much do we typically need to replace? Where'd we go? Strongly? Disagree. Let me just throw in real quick. The old number was if you could Generate 80% in retirement of what you have learned while you were working wife would be okay. And now my rule of thumb. You always want a margin for error. And you may hear us talk about that a lot today to give yourself a buffer. So if you're in a position, and it's just a matter of saving and budget right to reproduce your income in retirement, where you're able if you wanted to see that you get 100%. You know they were talking about the cove it 19 virus, and there's AH deal. I was reading the other day that said that more than 70% of retirees in the USA that they're willing and perhaps goingto have to offer financial support. To family members, So there's all sorts of unexpected things that come up and if there's no margin for air You know you get in trouble. Quick. Let me ask you. This is a good question. You gotta ask yourself all right if I retired tomorrow. You probably pay less gasoline, right cause not driving work, Right? Right. Ah, What about clothing? Well, if you are a suit every day, maybe a little less clothing, dry cleaning, dry cleaning, right? So sort of like Mike Ovitz Wardrobe. Yeah. So what about not eating at the office that one mil days of food might be a little bit higher, right? Well, you travel typically Maurin retirement, right? So that travels up a little bit. But what about your electric bill? Where your home more often somebody that electric Bill goes up? A bit of your water goes up a little bit. You and all that together. You're about the same. Same isn't something's there last week. Some things are more depends what your hobbies are. You know if you're gonna go to the golf course. If you're going to go shopping, Maura gonna go travel is a big one. I mean, I Amazon shop like a banshee on the weekend. There's no way I can't work if I had all day. Oh, my pet sitter has been coming there and you know she has I divorced a couple years ago. She bit our pets it over a long time. She goes honestly, this whole time she pick ups are packages during lunch. I thought it was user of that Your wife had the shopping Now I realize there doubled these packages have doubled since your divorce. OK, I got a problem. You have no restraint. She's already kind of held back a little. I want to know what you buy. I'm curious. Oh, there's a lot of what you had the house painted. But every single electric like a light switch was a beige. Now it's white. So I got to change out every electoral well, and he also made it For smartphones house, our house and you know, since I used to be the engineering, I think I could do all this myself Some stuff. Everyone so honestly had a pulling electrician's most over 90% of good. The other 10% electricity had to build bail me out. Then it gets really expensive, ft. But you know, my husband's not handyman, and I'm told that that's a good thing, actually, because then it's you know, you just pick up the phone and you call and you get it done and and it gets done right. We'll have done all my TV is in the house. All the light fixtures changed. It's not that bad, but some electricity. If you forget to turn off the power projects that I've tried, I find that the cost of material and tools far exceeds what would have Somebody to come over. All right, We've gotten off track, but we're going to get back on track. We've got more coming on the common sense Investing show. We hope you'll stick around. We'll be right back. You've got construction over the weekend. That's going to be causing some traffic.
"transamerica center" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"It was everybody's goal to work in the same job or for the same company their entire life to get a mortgage and have it paid off. And all of your other debts paid off by the time you retire. That was part of the American dream owning a home paying it off by the time you retire. And then being able to live on a whole lot less than you would have before retirement and then interest rates dropped zero. And people started to say over the last ten years, you know, is it really crucial that you be debt free at any point or especially going into retirement, isn't it, okay? To carry some dead into retirement. If interest rates are so low, and now, I think you see the one of the issues is that interest rates aren't as low as they were ten years ago. They're climbing worried about two and a half percent. Which is I said at the beginning of the program is not not high by any stretch. But it's probably safe to assume that interest rates are going to continue to go up at least a little and maybe a lot. If the economy. Continues to you know, to to perk along here. So now, we have this issue. We do it's just keep coming back to it. And we say is it important or how important is it to have all your debts paid off by the time you stop working? Interesting article CNBC dot com on December eighteenth. That quotes a new report from the TransAmerica center for retirement studies. And I've read this report, it's excellent. There's a lot of good information in it. And this report from TransAmerica center for retirement study says that four in ten retirees these are people have already stopped working say paying off debt. Is one of their top current financial priorities. So the retirees certainly think a lot of them do that. It's right at the top of the list, it's their top priority to get out of debt. There are a lot of them who regret having debts going into retirement. And there are other people who say, oh, I've always had a mortgage. I'll always have a mortgage. I'm okay with that. And that's fine to know judgments here interest rates are low. If you've got a, you know, a mortgage thirty year blocked in two and a half three percent. It's kind of hard to argue. For taking money out of investments that have probably earned more than that. To pay those off but as a worthwhile goal. I think it's still there. And there's other things in.
"transamerica center" Discussed on KTOK
"Financial diva. My name is Victoria Wood's in the diva studio here was Mr. Damon king. They call him the king of finance. He's also wealth management specialist right here. At chapel would thank you so much for making us the number one financial show. There's so many of them out there. And we appreciate it from mendaciously. If you're just now joining us, we've been talking about some things, you know, and how some things change in some things stay the same retirement planning has changed. Unbelievably in the last thirty years, even honestly Damon in the last since the financial crisis. But really you'll nineteen eighty s dramatic nine thousand nine hundred twenty twenty eight was big. So a lot of people really changed the way they invested or maybe improved the way they were investing. Now we operate as everyone knows in a global market. I remember the days on the radio when people would call me. Me and asked me that what do you think about China? Well, I like China why roles. You know that everything is interconnected. Now the world is flat. If you didn't read the book, I'm sorry, you missed out. But the world is flat. One thing though, that hasn't changed or will ever change in. It is innate in all of us. And it is the fear of running out of money. So coming up, we're going to reveal nine common ways to go broke in retirement. Maybe we're going to help you avoid that. If we tell you how people go broke, maybe you'll go. I don't wanna I'd rather not do that. Let's do something different Sulaiman. What are some of the most common ways that people actually go broke? Well, you know to your point earlier, you said about the fear of running out of money. Well, the most frequently reported retirement worry, according to a study by the TransAmerica center for retirement studies. It's the worry about outliving savings and retirement across all ages. Fifty one percent of respondents side of this concern and forty one percent of retirees claim the same fear. So a lot of people think well, you just go broke because he didn't save enough. Well, that's only one way, but we've got nine others that maybe you're not even thinking about and they're so simple. You're probably doing some of this right now. Number one, you abandon stocks the stock market even with all of its warts, and there's growing out of the wards on their face and stuff like that. It's still the best place that we have found to get long-term growth that can both beat inflation and support an income plan over thirty years of time. So I mean, unless you're ninety five years old, I guess, and you feel like my final exam is just next week. So, you know, then you're never going to really outlive your need for the stock market in some way, because it's just too difficult to turn outpace inflation with a lot of the guaranteed sources of income on the flip side..
"transamerica center" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Increasingly becoming an anachronism so we need to look at a new. Different way of getting our, kids the education they're going to need, to be able to get the jobs? That are going to exist? In the future which is rapidly changing due to exponential? Technologies in fact one of the byproducts. Of exponential technologies is better health longer I mean look at your age and. Look at your health and compare that to your grandparents when they were as old as you are now you're a lot healthier than they were of course. You are. And now, project yourself into your, eighties and nineties you will be far healthier in your, eighties then your grandparents ever were assuming they ever. Made it that long which they chances are did, not so that means if you're going to be living longer, and healthier you're going, to want to be in the workplace longer right partly because you're gonna need the money partly because you're gonna want to stay involved and engaged and give back and all that kind of good. Stuff but the TransAmerica center for retirement studies just came out with a survey, and they found that seventy percent of employers call themselves aging friendly in the workplace they are they say they love, older workers seventy percent of America's employers say. We love, older workers but seventy percent of them also say that age Seventy is quote too old to work You cannot be serious yeah that's unfortunately true and only twenty percent of employers are offering phased retirement programs for employees who, would like to slowly transition into retirement half of workers. Say that's how they plan to retire they're. Going to quit cold Turkey one, day going. From forty hours a, week two, zero they're going to slowly you know slow down and. Begin to mentor and train their replacement and over a few years segue out of the business slowly and orderly fifty percent say. They want to, do with that way probably you too but only twenty. Percent of employers offer such a program so it means that you're going to have to stay able to work in an. Environment where employer isn't gonna want. You I'm gonna. Give you one idea it's called Rhody this is a website. That pays you to drive your car It's simple as that roadway says you know what there are people who have. Packages that. Have to get two point eight. Appoint bay you're going there anyway so why not take the package with you, and we'll give you eighty percent of the fee we, charge the company that needed. The package taken their recruiting drivers all. Over, the country and. All you do they hook you up with their algorithms you simply tell them where you're going and they'll say great, here's a package we need you to take you're going. There anyway and all of a sudden that. Long road trip is free in, fact you. Bet you're getting paid, to do, it Rhody is just one of ten thousand websites that. Allow you to make money doing what you're doing anyway or doing what you're good at doing anyway it's called the gig economy..
"transamerica center" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Record and paving the way for November midterm elections that could. Significantly, increase the number of women in elected office and possibly even change the public debate on issues such as healthcare abortion rights immigration and gun control some two hundred women have won their primaries for the house previously the most, women, who had advanced where one hundred sixty seven in two thousand sixteen and some of, those candidates could play a pivotal role in whether Democrats are able to. Take control of congress and that is Linda Lopez reporting social security program turned eighty three years old last week now that it's that milestone many millennials worried they won't be able to collect a penny of it our recent. Study by TransAmerica center for retirement study. Says about eighty percent of Millennials question. That they're worried the social security would not be there when they need it Wins news time seven, thirty six now a commentary on ten ten. Wins the comments expressed are solely those rabbi Joseph tastic of the New York border rabbi there is a beautiful, legend about a renowned rabbi who disappeared from the synagogue for. A few hours each Sabbath many suspected that this holy person was. Meeting with the almighty so they decided that one person a student would secretly follow him the designated spy watched with amazement as a rabbi put on the. Clothing of a poor man and entered a humble shack as he looks, for the window, he saw the saintly soul attending. To the needs of an elderly person changing his clothes, cleaning his? Room and preparing food when? The student returned the. Other surrounded him and asked what happened did he ascend to heaven no, answer the student he went even higher this week after the first anniversary of the Charlottesville white supremacists March was most heartening to see those who went even higher in protest of the hate-mongers outnumbering them a rabbi Win sounded the chauffeur remind all of us to, stand higher in his battle of the decent against the indecent. Thankfully this week decency one rabbi Joseph Potasse think of the New. York rabbi wins news time seven thirty seven finish summer strong when you mix and match the highest quality solutions and supplements in the industry buy one get. One half off at GNC nourish skin at every age.
80 percent of millennials worried about Social Security
"Currently show that. Social security's fully funded till twenty eighty four and after that only three quarters financed and. That has millennials worried a new study from the TransAmerica center for retirement study shows eighty. Percent of that age group are. Concerned that social, security won't be there for them even though most workers still count on it is a key source of income during retirement that could. Mean some big problems because right now millennials tend to save less and will likely. Live, longer
"transamerica center" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Promises subtly broken big gifts irrevocably wasted through sloth or cowardice or carelessness you're so much better than that a little bit more wordy i would put it but right as i stumbled over some of the words got a couple of stories i wanna start off with us today story past week i'm reading about generation x or between nineteen sixty five thousand nine hundred seventy eight and how they need to focus focus in order to retire successfully the recent survey from the transamerica center for retirement research found that genx americans are more likely than baby boomers millennials indicate that they may never recover or have not yet begun to recover from the great recession why what what happened that's my generation i'm generation x why why why am i different than you why the great recession happened to be one of the greatest opportunities for investors ever of all time it was a phenomenal opportunity i would be banging my hand on this very desk show after show after show what everybody thought that that we're all going to helena handbasket and you better go out and buy one a glenn beck seed banks or one of his stupid gold or silver creek it said he was selling at some point in time now now what we were doing what our clients were doing well we were telling you to do on this very program is take a look around you look at look at everything that's on sale look at the value that's out there at one point time ever actually looking at some closed end funds that were trading at like seventy eighty percent discounts that their n a v yielding fourteen fifteen percent are you kidding me amazing but again what do we do we don't get off our but we worry about what's happened oh no i lost some money on this we don't move on say of the miserable whining life stop monkeying around i point out generation x but i also i i got the numbers this actually from vanguard and regards to 401k plans currently the annual maximum for workers under fifty is eighteen thousand five hundred yeah hit fifty you get a catch up provision which raises that number to twenty four thousand five hundred wow you'd think you'd be seeing some pretty decent balances now you got a first glance and this is where people make them snake the average the average 401k balance is one hundred.
"transamerica center" Discussed on Chris Hogan's Retire Inspired
"Husband both could do fifty five hundred that would be eleven thousand dollars but here's the other issue the money that was in your 401k remember that's pretax money that money went in you hadn't pay taxes on it yet okay and so because you you can't do that because you haven't paid taxes on it you'd have to convert so here's what i would say to do you put that money in pretext let's allow it to remain pretext by rolling it over into an ira but then you and your your husband could each open up a roth ira outside of that and do that post tax on allow it to grow tax free okay so just think of it as buckets there are limitations on the buckets their limitations on the steps you can do with money that was the first as a 401k that now you're trying to look at another area so just roll that over you and your husband opened up a roth ira start to open that that's post tax money so it's going to grow tax free and you guys are well on your way lori and it was a pleasure to talk with you thank you so much and she'd use my line w i like that i love when people are listening i love when people tell me they're focused and not finish dwi had somebody do that to me in the airport not too long ago when i was in new york they walked up to me and they said hey i'm focused and not finished i wanted to hug him but there's laws against that you can't touch strange people but that's not a stranger that's my vip there in the family i loved it so fantastic well listen i you know i love to do research i'm a research nerd i'm always looking for articles looking for information that encourages you that can encourage myself remember we're in this thing together vip's and so i ran across an article and this was the title eighteen facts about women's retirement you can't afford to miss well it had my tension i know women i know people here on my team i know my mom my aunt i know people that are women that that need help with this and so i was i was interested and here's a recap a recent report from transamerica center for retirement studies show that women have a long way to go when it comes to saving for retirement between their failure to plan and a lack of savings.
"transamerica center" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Nine twenty five a little money news now as we turn things well wall street's tried to come back from the rough weekend some catching up to do but right now so far so good the dow is up two hundred and thirty eight points nasdaq is up ninety eight s and p is up twenty eight of course this is off friday's plummeting the dow was down by more than five hundred points the nasdaq and the sp were also down by about two percent there are still worries about trade wars and administration officials are trying to tamp them down i don't expect there will be a trade war it could be but i don't i don't expect it at all but the president is willing to make sure we are free and fair trade treasury secretary steve mnuchin made his comments on cbs whose face the nation when it comes to retirement gender matters courting to the transamerica center for retirement studies only twelve percent of the women they surveyed have high confidence they'll be able to fully and comfortably retire factors they took into account include the wage gap and the fact that women are more likely to work part time without the benefits like a 401k women are also far more likely to take time off work without pay to become a parent or a caregiver that home improvement project sure as gathering a lot of dust the hartford and mit age lab report more americans over the age of fifty are putting off home repairs and some site their health as they get older experts say understanding what needs to be done in preparing ahead of time can really prevent significant home repair costs down the road college students are struggling with basic needs according to a new study from temple universe versity more than a third of college students are struggling to find food and housing of the fortythree thousand college students surveyed across sixty six campuses sixty six percent were considered to be food insecure next update at nine fifty five pat woodard koa newsradio i certainly wasn't freshness robin robin dante fine that's twenty five cents back nine twenty six on colorado's morning news awaiting comments from.
"transamerica center" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Tomasz angeles orange county radio station back down i'm michael crozier live from the kfi twenty four hour newsroom barefoot dude and shorts and draped in an american flag has come down from a construction crane cops were called to hollywood boulevard and el central about five yesterday afternoon officials waited the guy out he got about two hundred feet in the air on top of this crane arrested him when he made his way down and jumped to a roof just after eight o'clock last night he's been taken for a mental evaluation white house homeland security and counterterrorism adviser thomas beaufort says the us has a problem on its southern border and it's time to fix it it's alarming it's over two hundred percent increase and we're talking about apprehending over fifty thousand people attempting to cross our border in one month boasted sending in the national guard or something they've always considered he says president trump directed his cabinet to not catchandrelease but to catch and detain those trying to get across the border a lift drivers being accused of dumping a pilot trying to get to work passenger says the driver was annoyed with a little money he'd make on the trip to lax so he dropped him off apparently at random parking lot seven miles away the pilot film the incident called another lift to get to work he says he contacted the company got a standard letter back saying the company would look into it republican senator from maine susan collins says congress needs to check out epa administrator scott pruitt tangas needs to do some oversight but on policy grounds alone i think scott pruitt is suboxone person to head the epa was the only republican to vote against pruitt's confirmation last year white house economic adviser larry cudlow says president trump's proposed tariffs on china are a warning the problem here is china is not president trump past american presidents refused to take them on i think president trump's doing exactly the right thing says he would support trump enforcing the one hundred fifty billion dollars in tariffs against china he says the tariffs would generate positive results which would grow the us economy china's economy and the world economy a new study says most women aren't really getting ready for retirement catherine collins with transamerica center for retirement study says women are at a disadvantage because on average they make less than men lower income means less income available to save and over the course.
"transamerica center" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"A loss angeles orange county radio station thanks for making your way back i'm michael crozier live from the kfi twenty four hour newsroom barefoot duty shorts and draped in an american flag has come down from a construction crane cops were called to hollywood boulevard at el centro de construction site about five now yesterday afternoon officials waited the guy out about three hours later they arrested him when he made his way down and jump to a roof just after eight o'clock he's been taken for a mental evaluation white house homeland security and counterterrorism adviser tom's boasted says the us has a problem on its southern border and it's time to fix it it's alarming it's over two hundred percent increase and we're talking about sending over fifty thousand people attempting to cross our border in one month boasted says sending in the national guard is something they've always considered he says the president trump directed his cabinet do not catchandrelease but to catch and detain those trying to get across the border a lift drivers being accused of dumping a pilot trying to get to work the passenger says the driver was annoyed with how little money he'd be making the trip to lax we dropped him off random parking lot seven miles away a pilot filmed the incident and called another lift to get to work he says he contacted lift put got a standard letter back saying the company would look into it maine republican senator susan collins says congress needs to check out epa administrator scott pruitt tankers needs to do some oversight but on policy grounds alone i think scott pruitt is serang person to head the epa was the only republican to vote against pruitt's confirmation last year white house economic adviser larry cudlow says president trump's proposed tariffs on china are warning the problem here is china is not president trump past american presidents refused to take them on i think president trump's doing exactly the right thing says he'd support trump enforcing the hundred fifty billion dollars in tariffs against chinese says the tariffs would generate positive results which would grow the us economy china's economy and the world economy a new study says most women aren't really getting for getting ready for retirement catherine with the transamerica center.
"transamerica center" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"L central avenue cops have are trying to cut power to the crane and make sure that the guy cannot mess with the controls a clippers and lakers will not be taking part in the nba postseason the clippers were officially eliminated from the playoffs after last night's loss to denver at staples center l i will miss out on the postseason for the first time in six years head coach doc rivers says all he and his players can do now is look toward the future the lapd bomb squad as defused a grenade in north hollywood the device was found behind an apartment complex earlier today at about twelve thirty this is not the first time a grenade has been found in that area back in march family members cleaning out a deceased relatives home found four to five grenades they say we're brought home from the vietnam war era we have restarted franchise a season began with chris paul joining the rockets and jj leavings the free agent signing with the philadelphia jamal crawford becoming a member of the timber wolves so talking about the basketball situation lineup clippers and lakers not in the postseason only twelve percent of women say they are confident that they will be able to fully and comfortably retire steady from transamerica center for retirement suggest one reason for the low number is that women make less than men on average so they save less when they need to be saving more speaking women live longer than men which means we need to be saving even more for retirement transamerica president catherine collins says women are also more likely to take time off for parenting or caregiving and are more likely to work part time without benefits like a 401k collins says the first step to becoming more confident is to calculate white you'll need after retirement something only ten percent of women report doing amy king kfi news republican senator susan collins says congress needs to do more over recite into epa administrator scott pruitt is daily drip of accusations of excessive spending and ethical violations served to further distract.
"transamerica center" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Uhhuh k f tomasz angeles orange county radio station the trail may end here i'm leery perot live from the twenty four hour kfi newsroom police say the woman who led a thorn on a chase from redondo beach to inglewood in a stolen car is wanted felon on probation in three counties the nineteen year old was hospitalized and arrested after she allegedly crashed into a pole and another vehicle late friday nights starting a fire and injuring two other people the un security council is planning to meet in emergency session tomorrow to discuss a suspected poison gas attack in the eastern suburbs of damascus opposition activists and local rescuers say at least forty people have been killed including families found in their homes and shelters the syrian government is denying the allegations calling them fabrications human rights groups and you n officials say the alleged attack is a war crime cambridge analytic christopher wiley says the number of facebook users whose data was taken and share could be higher than the eighty seven million there is a genuine risk that this data has been accessed by quite a few people and it could be stored in in various parts of the world in including russia he says he can't say definitively that the trump campaign used the data collected by facebook but says there is a substantial risk that the data was misused and it's worth a serious investigation while he says it was clear quite clear early on that steve bannon absolutely wanted to use the information for republican and right candidates in the united states only twelve percent of women are confident they will be able to fully end comfortably retire study from transamerica center for retirement suggest one reason for the low number is that women make less than men on average so they save less when they need to be saving more speaking women live longer than men which means we need to be saving even more.
"transamerica center" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Hospital in unknown condition a new study says most women aren't really getting ready for retirement catherine collins in with transamerica center for retirement studies says women are at a disadvantage because on average they make less money than men lower income means less income available to save and over the course of a woman's working career of twenty thirty forty years that can have a compounding effect she says women are also more likely to take time off parent or take care of family members which decreases the amount of money available to save study found that only twelve percent of women surveyed felt very confident that they will be able to fully and comfortably retire both of so cal's nhl teams will be going to the playoffs the pacific division wildcard la kings will travel to las vegas for the first two games of a seven game series against the first place gold knights secondplace anaheim ducks will host the third place san jose sharks in the first two games of their series traffic from your helpful socal honda traffic center we've got a stalled bus in mission viejo on the five theft inside it's going to be right at the pause where the middle lane is still blocked here you're gonna see heavy delays starting right around the el toro northbound side also pretty sluggish coming away from the seventythree toll road out to el toro but no clashes to report on the northbound side industry still got roadwork eastbound sixty between fairway and brea canyon least till tomorrow morning right around five to see delays on the northbound one ten leaving delay off and on from about the one zero five freeway to the one to one freeway southbound so it's to be tough to find out you about six and a heavy ride if you're heading out of hollywood step inside of the one and one starting to right around sunset the states have you ever to the one ten kfi in the sky helps get you there faster prime jalen forecast hi i'm laura of lovely ballet dot com looking to sell your home let's start by increasing the value of your home with our thirty five day home makeover with minimal investment my makeover crew upgrade your home to stand out in this market we'll give your home a facelift so buyers will love it and we'll get you more money in your pocket don't wait for more information and your free consultation click here and you'll also.
"transamerica center" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Say a body found at a beach may be a member of a family that plunged off a cliff in northern california officials say someone pulled the body out of the surf after a couple on vacation spotted it it's believed to be the remains of a black female it was found yesterday in the westport area near where an suv plunged to the beach near mendocino last month authorities say they think the remains belong to one of the family of eight killed in that crash officials say the body will likely have to be identified by dna investigators have already said data from the suv's software indicates the crash was deliberate michael shapiro kfi news an an has slammed his suv into a restaurant in l a cops say the guy then ran off this happened yesterday at a restaurant on melrose avenue around four thirty a man inside the as mexican grill was hit and hurt cops say it appears the driver of suv lost control hit the front of the restaurant and then took off both of so cal's nhl teams will be going to the playoffs the pacific division wildcard l a kings will travel to las vegas for the first two games of a seven game series against the first place golden knights the secondplace anaheim ducks will host the third place san jose sharks in the first two games of their series a new study says most women aren't really getting ready for retirement catherine collins with transamerica center for retirement studies says women are at a disadvantage because on average they make less than men lower income means less income available to save and over the course of a woman's working career of twenty thirty forty years that can have a compounding effect she says women are also more likely to take time off to parent or take care of family members which decreases the amount of money.
"transamerica center" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The transamerica center for retirement studies catherine collins from the center says women are generally slower to save for retirement many women just aren't confident about their future retirement and we also found that there are a lot of things so women can be doing to prove their retirement outlook that they're not doing yet reasons for the disparity the wage gap women are more likely to work part time without benefits and more women take time off for parenting the un secretary general in singapore's foreign minister voice icing concerns about global trade tensions during back to back meetings in beijing this morning china and singapore doubled down on free trade and economic liberalization calling for improved globalization and not less globalization the comments come as china and the us exchange escalating tariff threats in what is already shaping up to be the biggest trade battle in more than a half century a father in tennessee accused of killing his five year old son before reporting missing wednesday the child was autistic and non verbal police and volunteers had been searching for little joke clyde daniels and the woods of central tennessee reporter matthew torres reports from there investigators saint joseph daniels confessed to killing his son although where the bodies fitted remains a mystery the news has been tough for the community that poor baby he couldn't even cry for help step stating it hurts amanda rod even more or young son also has autism five this could be my baby joseph daniels reported his son missing early wednesday morning but police say the murder happened sometime that morning or the night before so far he's the only one charged as the investigation and the effort to find more evidence the child's remains continue the father is being held on a one million dollar bond facebook is suspended aggregate iq canadian political consulting firm after determining it had ties to cambridge analytica the data mining company accused of secretly using.
"transamerica center" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"At eleven pepper was best known as co anchor with jack williams together they may channel four the number one station in boston for many years and after leaving television he moved to radio on w r cao's morning drive show tony pepper passed away tuesday from complications due to diabetes and heart disease your wbz news time seven fifty a new study finds that women are far less prepared for retirement than men president of transamerica center for retirement studies catherine calzon says that women are slower to save for retirement many women just aren't confident about their future retirement and we also found that there are a lot of things so women can be doing to improve the retirement outlook that they're not doing yet the wage gap and the fact that more women take time off for parenting or among reasons for the disparity wbz news time seven fifty the un secretary general and singapore's foreign minister or voicing concerns about global trade tensions during back to back meetings that were held in beijing this morning china in singapore doubled down on free trade and economic liberalization calling for improved globalisation not less globalisation the comments come as china and the us exchange escalating tariff threats in what is already shaping up to be the biggest trade battle in more than a half century a father in tennessee is accused of killing his five year old son before reporting him missing wednesday the child was autistic and non verbal police and volunteers have.
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"To make better money moves we'll talk about that but i really want to get into this today because i got an email actually derek which i'll get to in a little bit and my my answer to his email talks a lot about widows and women and and so forth and as i said i'll get to that but and i have discussed this before the unique retirement challenges of women very very important because women have men have obvious challenges as well but women's challenges are really unique to them obviously they live longer dudes they do contribute lasts to their tax qualified accounts like 401k's they draw down less from social security they face higher and more healthcare needs and longterm care costs so they are a unique challenge when it comes to planning there's no doubt about it and david la martina wrote about this oh it was a while ago but since this topic comes up a few times a year i thought i would quote from a lot of the studies that he quotes from for example a greenwald and associates survey for the insured retirement institute found that fifty four percent of women are very concerned about retirement only thirty four percent of men feel the same in my anecdotal survey literally all of us should be concerned about retirement unless we're bill gates warren buffett are very very very wealthy the transamerica center for studies likewise found that only twelve percent of women were very confident in their ability to retire and sixty four percent of boomer women have no plan if forced to retire early and so i must pose the question have you actually done the math and i'll pose that to men and women alike but seventy percent of women.