Last Friday, Slate.com, New America Foundation, and Arizona State University hosted a series of panels discussing the implications of increasing life expectancy on public policy, retirement, and family planning.
Savings defaults, auto-enrollment, and financial literacy were hot topics. Nudges, “guardrails,” and redefining “retirement” are discussed at length.
Life Expectancy Rate and Impact on Retirement (~40 minutes)
Life Expectancy Rate and the Public and Private Sector (~46 minutes)
Life Expectancy Rate and the Impact on Married Couples (~61 minutes)