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The Financial Future of the Baby Boomers
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There are approximately 75 to 80 million men and women in or approaching the age of retirement - and the hope is the Boomers wont break the bank once they start tapping in to those Social Security and Medicare dollars. A financial planner gives her thoughts on what the future hold financially for the boomers looking to ride off into the sunset of retirement, and from an author who has a whole new take on the traditional notion of retirement. Then Dave is joined by Dr, Laurence Levine for a frank discussion on a topic most men dont like to discuss Male Sexual Dysfunction.
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A Financial Planners View of the Boomers
Dave is joined by Christine Fahlund, Senior Financial Planner and VP of Investment Services at T. Rowe Price. Ms. Fahlund believes that many boomers have been naive when it comes to planning for retirement, and have missed the boat on 401k plans. She has suggestions to help you build that nest egg, and discusses how some employers are helping their workers in this area.
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Dont Retire Rewire
Dave welcomes Jeri Sedlar, co-author of Dont Retire REWIRE. Jeri says the traditional model of retirement is losing its relevance to the Boomer Generation. Many are beginning second careers where money doesnt make as much of a difference; they are doing work that they find more meaningful or fulfilling.
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Too Eager to Retire
Jeri discusses whether the recent trends in the economy should cause the Boomer to reconsider their retirement plans, or rethink their financial future.
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Male Sexual Dysfunction
Daves guest is Dr. Larry Levine, Professor of Urology at Chicago's Rush University Medical Center. In the first part of their conversation on male sexual dysfunction, they discuss what makes the topic so difficult to talk about, why ED could be a sign of something more serious, and the condition known as Peyronie's Disease.
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The Causes of Common Problems
Dave and Dr. Levine discuss PE and ED and the roots behind these issues; and Dr. Levine explains that the causes can be both physical and mental. Plus - treatment options for both PE and low testosterone levels.
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A Partners Role in Dysfunction
Dave and Dr. Levine talk about the partners role in seeking help or treatment for ED. Plus the connection between coronary artery disease and ED, how soon is too soon when talking about PE, and the 4 factors Dr. Levine calls Erection Busters.
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Don't Retire, REWIRE!
A recent AARP survey found that 80% of baby boomers plan to continue working in some form past the age of 65 - either for the money or for the fun of it. Todayís retirees are looking for work situations that are mentally and emotionally rewarding. The problem is that many are not sure how to find them. This new edition helps you define what kind of work is best suited for your passions and interests, and guides them through the process of obtaining such work- whether itís a part-time job, volunteer work, or a second career.

Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Christine Fahlund
Christine Fahlund received her Ph.D. in biochemistry from the University of Massachusetts and has worked in financial planning for more than 25 years. Before T. Rowe Price hired her in 1995, Fahlund was vice president of business affairs at Shawmut Trust Company; and prior to that, she was vice president of personal trust sales with Bank One Wisconsin Trust Company. Her personal philosophy on investing is: "A well-diversified portfolio with significant exposure to equities is an important component of any retirement planning strategy. However, saving enough and not spending too much in retirement are also required. Both your investment strategy and your cash flow strategies must be tailored to your situation to successfully achieve the lifestyle you desire in retirement.

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Laurence A. Levine
Dr. Levine is a Professor and an attending surgeon in the Department of Urology at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, IL, and Director of the Male Sexual Function and Fertility Program. He graduated from the University Of Colorado Medical School in Denver. He completed an internship and junior residency in general surgery at Tufts-New England Medical Center, a chief residency at the American Hospital of Paris in France, and a residency in urology at the Harvard Program in Urology at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts. Dr. Levine practices general urology and specializes in a variety of areas which include penile straightening procedures for Peyronie's disease, infertility, and erectile dysfunction. He is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons and a Board Certified Urologist since 1989. Dr. Levine has served as a member of the AUA Guideline Panels for the treatment of erectile dysfunction and on the Peyronie's Disease Committee for the World Health Organization. Notably, Dr. Levine has been selected to the Best Doctors in America and has been repeatedly selected as one of the "Best Urologists in Chicago" by Chicago Magazine.

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Jeri Sedlar
Jeri Sedlar has been doing research on personal growth and transition for over 15 years. In 1999 she started hearing about people wanting to "work in retirement," and it has now become her passion! She has interviewed hundreds of business professionals, entrepreneurs and pre-retirees about their hopes, expectations and fears about the future. She has researched corporations and understands the implications and challenges of both organizations and individuals as they experience the realities of an aging society that is healthier, more educated and more vibrant than any other generation ever in history. Co-author of DON'T RETIRE, REWIRE! and Senior Advisor to The Conference Board on the Mature Workforce, Jeri travels the country inspiring individuals and organizations to "get creative" and rewire their thinking and action when it comes to planning for the future! Jeri attempts to update a traditional retirement model that dates back to the late 19th century. Jeri is also the former Editor-at- Large of WORKING WOMAN magazine and for ten years was a partner in her own executive search firm.

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