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Hot Topics – Baseball and Aging

Hosted by: Laura Hawley Special guest: Dana Hurley

February 1, 2017

Host
Laura Hawley – CFP®, President at Allen & Company

Co-Host
Dana Hurley – Financial Advisor at Allen & Company

Guest
Bill McManus – CIMA®, Director, Strategic Markets at Hartford Funds
Kevin Kelly – Advisor Consultant RVP at Hartford Funds
Bob Donahay – Director of Parks and Recreation at City of Lakeland
Ron Myers – Director of Florida Operations at the Detroit Tigers

In this episode, we discuss the aging population in American and the Quality of Life, and the effects aging has on everyday life and how to deal with that. We will also look at ways to plan and be proactive throughout the aging process.

We welcome special guest Bill McManus, CIMA®, Director, Strategic Markets at Hartford Funds to discuss the role technology plays in the aging process. We will also visit with additional guest Bob Donahay, Director of Parks and Recreation at City of Lakeland, and Ron Myers, Director of Florida Operations at the Detroit Tigers to discuss the history of the between the Tigers and the City of Lakeland , new fan amenities, player development areas, and much more.

In this episode we cover:

  • Visit with special guest Bill McManus, CIMA®, Director, Strategic Markets at Hartford Funds to discuss the aging process, longevity, and how the extended life expectancy effect out financial future (2:08)
  • Discuss the 3 questions that are predictors of future quality of life (6:27)
  • Technology adaptations to homes that are allowing the elderly to stay in the home longer (17:48)
  • Health and rethinking aging, and how these issues are being dealt with along with quality of life (21:53)
  • Visit with special guests Bob Donahay, Director of Parks and Recreation at City of Lakeland, and Ron Myers, Director of Florida Operations at the Detroit Tigers to discuss the history of the between the Tigers and the City of Lakeland, new fan amenities, player development areas, and much more (25:56)

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Tweetable Topics:

By 2022 32% of the people ages of 65-74 are still going to be in the workforce. – Laura Hawley, CFP®, Senior Vice President at Allen & Company

We go back a generation or two retirement consisted of 3 golden years, now we’re talking potentially 3 decades. – Bill McManus, CIMA®, Director, Strategic Markets at Hartford Funds

As many approach that question of retirement, most people don’t dislike what they do, they just want more flexibility around doing that, and technology has certainly enabled that. – Bill McManus, CIMA®, Director, Strategic Markets at Hartford Funds

Transportation is the number 2 of out of pocket expenditures for people over the age of 65. – Bill McManus, CIMA®, Director, Strategic Markets at Hartford Funds

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Laura Hawley – CFP®, Senior Vice President at Allen & Company
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Dana Hurley – Financial Advisor at Allen & Company
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Bill McManus – CIMA®, Director, Strategic Markets at Hartford Funds
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Kevin Kelly – Advisor Consultant RVP at Hartford Funds
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Bob Donahay – Director of Parks and Recreation at City of Lakeland
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Ron Myers – Director of Florida Operations at the Detroit Tigers
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