Baby Boomers & the Perceived Baby Boomer Retirement Crisis:
Lack of Savings & Increasing Life Expectancies

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Date Published: April 27, 2016
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The purpose of this research is to provide readers with a comprehensive understanding of baby boomers & the perceived baby boomer retirement crisis. The research addresses the concentration of consumer wealth, the decline in pension plans & retiree benefits, social security & medicare challenges, the depressed savings rate, the lack of significant World War II generation wealth transfer, increasing life expectancies, & other factors.

This research starts with the historical account of the evolution of baby boomers & the perceived baby boomer retirement crisis, including these three phases:

  • Maturation Phase
  • Pre-Retirement Phase
  • Retirement Phase

The research highlights the baby boomer population.

This research analyzes the case made for Baby Boomers' perceived retirement crisis, including:

  • Concentration of Consumer Wealth
  • Decline in Pension Plans & Retiree Benefits
  • Social Security & Medicare Challenges
  • Depressed Savings Rate
  • Lack of Significant World War II Generation Wealth Transfer
  • Longer Life Expectancies
  • Increased Health Care Costs

The research concludes with three predictions for the baby boomer retirement crisis, including:

  • Increased Consumer Savings Rate
  • Delayed Retirements
  • Baby Boomers Liquidations

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