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- In 2014, Janice Wassel, PhD, was interviewed by Mirae Asset Global Investment – one of the world's most prominent emerging market investors and one of Asia's largest independent financial services groups — for her views on global responses to an aging society. "Using some of the models that Baby Boomers are trending towards in employment, caregiving, grand-parenting, volunteering, exercises and spirituality may moderate potential generational tension working towards some of the economic issues that could be forthcoming. Read a translation of the interview.
- Seeing parallels in financial, political, and social views throughout 45 years of health insurance debates? You'll enjoy reading Health Insurance Reform from pre-1965 to post 2010 by
Neal Cutler, Ph.D. in the July 2010 issue of Journal of Financial Service Professionals, vol. 64, No. 4.
- The 2009 AIFG RFG program was held at Heritage Pointe of Teaneck.
Gerontology, Family Aging and Middle-Aged Boomers: Using the ‘Senior
Sandwich Generation’ Concept in Retirement Planning - January
2008 - by Neal E. Cutler, Executive Director of the Center on Aging, Motion
Picture & Television
Fund and TIAA-CREF Institute Fellow
- Wealth Span Planning Is
Smart Business - 2007 - by Neal E. Cutler, Dean of the American
Institute of Financial Gerontology (AIFG), from The Retirement Investor, a
Penton Media publication.
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- The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) is one of the leading
educational institutions building university-based programs for professionals
who choose careers to serve the financial needs of the senior market. For
more information about the university, visit www.uncg.edu/gro.