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Aug 24, 2020

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I will interview Mark Miller, that is M-A-R-K Miller of the Retirement Revised newsletter and podcast. Mark is a good friend and colleague, writes for the New York Times and many other major outlets. A lot of our generation will either choose to retire or be forced into retirement by the COVID-19 pandemic and I wanted to get Mark’s take on the situation.

Mark's bio from his website states:

RetirementRevised.com is edited and published by Mark Miller, a journalist, author, and podcaster who is a nationally-recognized expert on trends in retirement and aging. His writing offers a holistic view of retirement security, including healthcare and Medicare, Social Security, retirement investing, midlife careers, and housing.  He also writes frequently about retirement-related public policy issues, including reform of Social Security, Medicare, and workplace retirement plans.

Mark writes on retirement for ReutersThe New York TimesMorningstar, and WealthManagement.com. He also has contributed to NextAvenue.org and the AARP magazine. Mark also hosts a weekly podcast on retirement that is distributed alongside his weekly subscription newsletter.

Mark’s latest book, Jolt: Stories of Trauma and Transformation, was published in February 2018 by Post Hill Press. He also is the author of The Hard Times Guide to Retirement Security, published by Wiley. He also contributed chapters to The Silver Market Phenomenon: Business Opportunities in an Era of Demographic Change (Springer, 2008) and 65 Things to Do When You Retire, 65 Notable Achievers on How to Make the Most of the Rest of Your Life (Sellers Publishing, 2012).

An experienced public speaker, Mark’s engagements include the Morningstar Individual Investor ConferenceThe National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare, the 2015 NAPA 401(k) SummitNational Institute on Retirement Security, National Academy of Social Insurance, the World Aging & Generations Congress 2009 in St. Gallen, Switzerland, the Silver Market Phenomenon conference in Tokyo, Positive Aging Conference, the Silicon Valley Boomer Venture Summit, and the What’s Next Boomer Business Summit.

RetirementRevised.com was honored in Money Magazine’s May 2010 feature The 100 Smartest Things to do with Your Money as one of the nation’s top retirement planning websites.

Mark is the former editor of Crain’s Chicago Business, and Sunday editor of the Chicago Sun-Times.

This episode is sponsored by Career Pivot. Check out the Career Pivot Community.

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