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Every day, over 10,000 Baby Boomers turn 65. This trend will continue for the next 15 years. This generation will enter their retirement years with longer life expectancies than preceding generations. What's more, their parents are also living longer and, at the same time, Boomers are not yet 'empty nesters' as they plan for retirement. All of these factors make long-term care considerations more important than ever. Culturally, Baby Boomers are one of the most socially involved generations in American history. Coming of age in the turbulent 1960s and 1970s, they remain committed to many charitable interests.
In this session, our presenters, Richard Olewnik and Robert F. Sharpe, Jr.—both with decades of financial and charitable planning experience—will address the complex challenges facing Baby Boomers as they enter their retirement years and offer ways they can achieve financial goals while making gifts they may not have thought possible.