ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J., May 14, 2008-What if the money you are counting on for retirement just isn't there? What if the baby boom goes bust? On Friday, May 16th at 9PM & 12AM ET, CNBC shows you how you can still live out your golden years the way you want to.
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The program will take a look at the growing unease for the generation that brought you peace signs and leveraged buyouts; the generation that isn't saving enough money; the generation that can't count on company pensions and social security; and the generation that might not collect a dime from mom and dad.
The one-hour special features a panel of experts including award-winning financial advisor Ric Edelman; Newsweek columnist and author Jane Bryant Quinn; Farr, Miller & Washington President Michael Farr; Kiplinger's Financial Strategies Senior Editor Bob Frick; "On My Own Two Feet" co-author Manisha Thakor; Scarborough Group Director of Financial Planning Ivory Johnson; and Campbell Wealth Management President & CEO Kelly Campbell.
The program also features CNBC's Jim Cramer, host of "Mad Money w/Jim Cramer" (M-F, 6PM & 11PM ET); Suze Orman, host of "The Suze Orman Show" (Saturdays 9PM & 12AM ET ); Sharon Epperson, CNBC's Personal Finance Reporter; Bob Pisani, CNBC's "On-Air Stocks" Editor; CNBC Reporter, Jane Wells, and CNBC Washington Reporter, Hampton Pearson.
What are the problems this mega-generation is facing? What's changed for boomers in the last 12-months? Why are they such an important generation? Our panel of experts will help answer all of these questions and more. Tune-in baby boomers....This is YOUR Survival Guide.
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"Survival Guide: Boomerangst will re-air on Saturday, May 17th at 10PM ET.
Bill Griffeth is co-anchor of CNBC's "Power Lunch" (12PM-2PM ET). The executive producer of "Survival Guide: Boomerangst" is Sanford Cannold.
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