Listen: What Does the Future of Retirement Look Like?
Recent passage of retirement legislation known as the SECURE 2.0 Act of 2022 has made it possible for more people to plan and invest for their retirement. In this interview, MarketWatch retirement journalist Jessica Hall discusses the current state and future of retirement with Catherine Collinson, Chief Executive Officer and President of the nonprofit Transamerica Institute and its Transamerica Center for Retirement Studies. Their discussion explores SECURE 2.0 as well as opportunities to support women and minorities as they prepare for retirement. They also talk about the multigenerational workforce and ways to overcome ageism at work.
Listen to the insights offered in a 36-minute in-depth interview on Barron’s Live about What Does the Future of Retirement Look Like? The podcast can also be heard via Apple Podcasts and Spotify.
To learn more about SECURE 2.0 and other topics that shape the retirement savings landscape, visit nonprofit Transamerica Institute at www.transamericainstitute.org.
About the Transamerica Institute
Transamerica Institute® is a nonprofit, private foundation dedicated to identifying, researching, and educating the public about health and wellness, employment, financial literacy, longevity, and retirement. Transamerica Center for Retirement Studies®, an operating division of Transamerica Institute, conducts one of the largest and longest-running annual retirement surveys of its kind. Transamerica Institute is funded by contributions from Transamerica Life Insurance Company and its affiliates. The information provided here is for educational purposes only and should not be construed as insurance, securities, ERISA, tax, investment, legal, medical, or financial advice or guidance. Please consult independent professionals for answers to your specific questions.
The opinions offered by Ms. Collinson are her own, and not necessarily those of Transamerica.