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The Baby Boomer Dilemma – The Movie

An expose of America’s retirement experiment, “The Baby Boomer Dilemma” takes a deep dive into Pensions (both corporate and public), Social Security, 401(k), and Annuities.

It features the nation’s top economists on retirement and retirement income that include Nobel-Prize winning economists, and world-renowned economists from MIT, Stanford, Wharton, Berkeley, York, and BYU.

Government leaders over trusts include Congressmen, Trustees, SEC whistle-blowers, the “Father of the 401(k)” and 2019 President of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners as well as industry competitive intelligence experts and authors.

This is the first MPA-rated film that looks at retirement income.

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