Tuesday, June 1, 2010


oin young adults as they consider their financial security and examine where their generation's interests lie in the debate over entitlement reform.

Tuesday, June 15

Congressional Hearing Room

1310 Longworth House Office Builing

Washington, D.C

(Breakfast Refreshments Served)

9:00-9:10 AM Opening Remarks and Q&A with House Majority Leader, Rep. Steny Hoyer (D-MD)

9:30-10:00AM Remarks and Q & A with Congressman John Spratt (D-SC), Chairman, House Budget Committee

10:00-11:00AM Discussion on Financial Security with Congressman Paul Ryan (R-WI), Ranking Member; House Budget Committee

Moderated by Thierry Dongala, Vice President, AGE

11:00-11:30AM Remarks by Gov. Mitch Daniels, Former Director White House Office of Management and Budget

11:35-12:35PM Panel Discussion - Ensuring Financial Security For Young Americans

Young adults disproportionately lack the financial education necessary to make informed decisions about major financial issues, particularly their retirement savings. The lack of financial literacy is compounded by high levels of debt. Together, these patterns are especially worrisome given that the decline of defined benefit pensions has left the responsibility for retirement security largely in the hands of individual workers.

Zach Kolodin,Roosevelt Institute, Project Director for the Future Preparedness Initiative, and Founder of Young People First.

Vanessa Patterson, Chairwoman, Monarch Wealth Strategies

Ken Porter, American Benefits Institute

RSVP or Inquire at info@age-usa.org

Sponsored by Americans for Generational Equity (AGE)
In Partnership with American Benefits Institute

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