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coming up on about a week got a great.panel to discuss the challenges and.solutions around planning for retirement.in Nevada.[Music].[Applause].[Music].support for Nevada week is provided by.Senator William H Ernst at Cashman.equipment de Castro Verde Law Group.Nevada State Bank Valley Electric.Association and additional supporting.sponsors a welcome and thank you for.joining us this week on about a week.Larry Nevada and shares the hope the.many years of hard work in the workforce.will afford us a comfortable retirement.but for a large portion of our state's.residents a secure retirement is.becoming a significant challenge and.that looks to be growing as we move.forward fewer employees provide.retirement plans and old standbys like.Social Security and Medicare are at risk.which means regardless of age or.background solid understanding of our.state's retirement landscape and a sound.financial plan is increasingly important.and that's what we want to talk about on.this show what are the needs what are.some of the solutions and what can each.of us do a better plan for retirement to.help us answer these questions today we.have a great panel both policy experts.and financial advisors please welcome.Nancy Broome executive director of the.Kenny Gwyn Center for Policy Priorities.Dan Doonan executive director at the.National Institute on retirement.security David Patten financial advisor.at Edward Jones.Jason oceans financial advisor for.Westpac wealth partners thank you so.much for being here we really appreciate.it.dan I want to start with you let's talk.about just kind of a national scope here.is this out is this at crisis level.proportions when we're looking at how.many individuals have have planned for.retirement yes you know if you look at.the changes have happened in recent.decades especially in the private sector.there's much less access to lifetime.income through traditional pension plans.and you know that is not being filled in.with people saving on their own through.employer plans and IRAs.so the median person in the median.worker has zero dollars saved in a REIT.in a dedicated retirement account.their retirement and even when you go to.near retirees you know folks within ten.years of turning 65 the median account.balance is still zero meaning 50% of.people more than 50% of people haven't.saved have absolutely no retirement at.all no money in a retirement account.correct so if you look at the folks.nearing retirement who have accounts and.who have saved the median is about.eighty eight thousand dollars and if you.think about that it's it's a lot of.money but over 20 30 or even more than.30 years that's not a level of savings.that's going to provide a lot of income.to an individual you know you can and.I'm just looking at this from just a.salary standpoint with median salary it.might be say thirty five forty five.thousand dollars so that's a bit.essentially two years of your annual.salary that you have saved yeah and.actually 68 percent of people have less.than one year of income saved even.amongst near retirees so the savings.site hasn't filled in the gap for the.loss of pension coverage and just for.some context fidelity says a couple.would age 65 will need about two hundred.eighty five thousand dollars for health.care expenses alone and the Kaiser.Foundation says long term care can be.eighty thousand dollars a year so you.know the savings when you compare to.these expenses the savings levels aren't.there to allow people live independently.yeah.and that's see how are we doing as a.state so not well I think what we were.seeing nationally is also mirrored here.in Nevada so Nevada ranks among one of.the worst states in terms of retirement.security and they measured that by.looking at retirement benefits.retirement costs and labor market.conditions and so you know speaking of.retirement benefits less than half of.workers here in Nevada work for someone.who provides an employer sponsored.retirement plan and that number actually.grows if you are working for a smaller.employer so eighty-three percent of.workers who work for a small firm don't.have access to an employer sponsored.retirement plan those folks are you know.think about independent consultants.part-time.workers part-time working moms.low-income individuals so it is.definitely something that is relevant.here in Nevada and then and then David.you're a financial adviser what are kind.of the the outcomes in when we have an.individual that does not have retirement.that they've planned correctly for are.we looking at increases of bankruptcy.and things like that were some of the.we've had huge increases of bankruptcy.starting in 1992 they've increased every.year among the seniors a large part of.that as we touch them before is the move.away from defined benefit or pension.plans to defined contribution or 401ks.people aren't saving enough therefore.when they get into retirement they don't.have that fallback they don't have that.continuous pension check that previously.they had so that unfortunately it's been.increasing is that leading to more you.know high risk high interest loans or.short-term lending and things like that.that we're seeing it is leading to high.interest short term loans it's also.leading to retirees declaring bankruptcy.and then once they're bankrupt how do.you get your credit score back how can.you go out and get a car how can you.take care of yourself once you blow your.credit in retirement so it is very scary.it's something we need to address Jason.we're talking a lot about low and.moderate-income populations but this.isn't just clearly by the percentages we.have here not just a situation that is.just affecting low and moderate-income.it's affecting moderate and high income.quality of life when you have not.prepared properly for retirement how is.that affecting quality of life.regardless of income it significantly.affects it and if you think about it all.the rules change as soon as you head.into retirement so there are certain.risks that aren't you don't have to.address during your working years but.during retirement they become really.significant so for example longevity.we're living longer that makes.everything else that much more likely to.occur so it's almost like a risk.multiplier and exacerbates the other.risks such as inflation so every single.day everything around me gets more and.more expensive.the market goes up it goes down and when.I'm taking money when I'm withdrawing.money it becomes that much bigger of an.issue the volatility and then the.healthcare issues that we discussed the.long-term care so there's a lot of.pressure being exerted on income and the.income has to last that much longer so.all of those taken together create creep.this this feeling of fear in retirees.and and feeling of fear I'm just waiting.for the average taxpayer to that's.dealing with this because when we're.looking at downstream effects of.increases in health care and some of the.public services that we need to take.care of retirement what does that put.our tax payer dollars and something like.this well if you're not saving you then.are more likely or when you hit.retirement and you get hit with you know.health care costs and you're more likely.to rely on public assistance and so you.know with some of the solutions that are.being considered now one one analysis.suggested that and we're going to.potentially talk about it but you know.Nevadans the state could save twenty.four million dollars over the next ten.or fifteen years if we were to stand up.a state sponsored retirement plan.because basically you're not then.supporting seniors on the other end with.SNAP benefits or housing assistance so.there is a real long-term benefit for.the state and taxpayers if we can set up.solutions sort of in the short-term so.people can start thinking about saving.in the near term as opposed to waiting.got you and then and then denim I'm.wondering too just as an economic driver.let's let's look at at the flip side if.we were preparing correctly and we did.have the retirement how does that drive.our economy well we do a study called.pension tommix and we look at you know.the impact of the benefits they come out.and the study was looking at public.pension plans you know there's over.27,000 jobs supported by the benefits we.talk a lot about the cost going into the.pension funds right that becomes a real.focus but that money goes in it grows.over a number of years and it comes out.and is port seniors and allows them you.know some retirement security so that.money ends up being.back in the communities it supports.27,000 jobs and about four billion.dollars in economic economic activity in.Nevada David let's let's go back to the.the why here and some of the causes.we've touched upon some of them talking.about pensions and and some of the.system level changes this didn't used to.be a problem now it's a problem why is.it I mean can we sum this down to one.thing that changed I think when we moved.away from pensions to defined.contribution plans.we forgot to educate people there's a.huge lack of understanding of financials.understanding how to save understanding.the time value of money in the.compounding interest and how beneficial.that can truly be when you were if you.were to save a hundred dollars a month.twelve hundred dollars a year for ten.years you've put twelve thousand dollars.into the bank now after ten years that.equates to seventeen thousand dollars.with your compounding after four years.that's over two hundred and forty five.thousand okay so the growth and the.compounding of interest can be.incredible and people weren't taught.these things our school system is lagged.a little bit and actually I teach over.at UNLV and I try to teach some of these.fundamentals so we can get a greater.understanding locally and let's just.Nancy just talk about that it just in in.in financial literacy itself or just.really understanding where we are and.and how much we put the retirement what.are we lacking there so I think I will.say that the legislators had a couple of.bills over the last couple of sessions.to address financial literacy and to.start working with kids in the schools.so that kids are getting exposed and.they can help you know so they're.leaving and becoming adults with more.financial literacy I know that there are.a number of nonprofits in the area.working on trying to you know become.financial coach that Chuck coaches and.teach financial literacy skills to even.other adults in the community there is.one interesting statistic that I think.speaks to David's point so the.participant.generate from amongst folks who have.access to an employer retirements the.employer responds a retirement plan is.about 70 sorry.72 percent if it's an automatic.enrollment program then it goes up to 91.percent if there's no employer sponsored.program that number drops to 5 percent.so even for adults it's very scary to.start to know like what you should do or.what different instruments are available.and so I think that financial literacy.piece and almost the hand-holding can be.really valuable and in addition to.education Jason let's talk a little bit.about just the behavior attitudes around.saving right that's a big part of this.too how important is that and how do you.make the shift when you're dealing with.some individuals when you're doing your.advising to really get the behavior you.need to retire accurate really.incorrectly it's absolutely critical so.much of what I do is behavioral a lot of.it is having a framework and then.putting in place mechanisms so that it.occurs regularly so that savings occurs.regularly so that investing is done with.a framework so that all of the wealth is.protected we had that conversation.earlier about education where I think.that our kids learn so much but they.don't learn how to manage their money.and something that I've been doing more.and more frequently for clients is.sitting down with their children some of.the children are just starting their.careers some of them are younger and.then helping them understand how money.works and then more and more with.business clients offering the service of.running a series of workshops so that.they provide this benefit to their their.employees yeah so they understand how.money works and let's let's move right.into solutions and talk about that the.advising that you're providing let's say.you're dealing with a young professional.that maybe does not have the the.educational background here but they're.new to the workforce what what is what.are some of the what are some of the.recommendations you have for someone.like that yeah it's pretty simple.save save aggressively saving is so much.more important than getting a high rate.of return and we're not necessarily.taught that so much is it's so much more.exciting to talk about these returns.that just don't material.as opposed to controlling what you can.control and that means saving.aggressively it means managing risk it.means managing debt it means protecting.income so that's a huge component.everything happens as a result of.earning money so the money that I spend.the money that I saved the money I.invest all is a function of my ability.to earn it so early on I talked to.clients about the importance of having a.pretty buttoned-up disability policy.yeah David how about middle-aged you say.that you say you're middle-aged and you.potentially don't have any retirement or.very little retirement you're kind of.looking at where it went.retirements going to be what's some of.the advice you'd give somebody like that.well when you approach middle age you.need to again continue on your line you.need to set up the savings plan it's not.a matter of how much you earn it's a.matter of how much you save so to come.up and say okay I'm gonna save three and.a half percent pre pre-tax dollars into.my 401k most people when they get their.paycheck that's what they spend so by.taking that money out of your paycheck.before it gets to you you're miles ahead.of everybody else it's you don't look at.it as gee I have access to that money.you live on what you have so to have.those withdrawals is either into a 401k.or immediately taken out of your bank on.ACH transfer on a monthly basis it is a.great method for middle-aged people to.start saving let's talk about some of.the generational gaps here too baby.boomers of course are on the cusp of.retirement now or already retired.what about like Generation X and.Generation Y what kind of trends are we.seeing in the retirement savings.patterns that that those generations are.now using yeah I think you know largely.for most of us our frame of reference on.how we're doing for retirement is.looking to seniors today and using that.to sort of gauge are we doing well you.know the GAO had a thing a few years ago.a study where they said over 55 percent.of seniors 75 and over still have life.income from pension.you got it near-retirees.and it's 40% of households and you look.at millenials 25 to 35 they 16 percent.of them have access so we're not again.we're not fully feeling the impacts of.decisions we've already made and you.know for the younger generations they.have less access to plans they have.lower quality plans and the Social.Security cuts are going to come in on.them so they're facing challenges on the.income side on the expense side they're.living longer health care costs are.running away from wages and long term.care as well more people will need it.and the costs are growing faster than.incomes so the help just keeps getting.steeper to me as you look towards.younger folks so we asked some viewers.that to ask some questions and they have.done that gladly and so we want to show.you a clip of Merlin Hart actually and.let's take a look at that please in the.past I paid into Social Security now I.work for a company that pays into a.Nevada state retirement plan recently I.just found out that I will not be able.to get all of the benefits that I paid.it to through Social Security my.question is where does those funds go so.David let's let's ask you where where.does that money go where does the Social.Security money go.well the Social Security money stays.with Social Security the pension now.that she is working for the government a.portion of that Social Security income.will be paid into her state pension.that's agreed between the state and the.national government I support heavily.the pension plans that the state runs.Social Security is a little bit leaner.than state pension plans generally.speaking so you have to if you're going.to get the benefit of that state pension.you have to give up part of your Social.Security gotcha and let's let's talk a.little bit more about Social Security.specifically Dan where is Social.Security going is it something that even.even middle age probably 15 20 years.away from retirement themselves can.count on yeah so Social Security is.projected it needs some sort of.adjustment.you know I think a lot of people see.this as sort of a failure of the system.but having worked on pension funds in my.I actually think you know they set the.contribution rates of Social Security in.the 80s and it's 2019 this is you know.in my view that was really good.actuarial work to be able to keep stable.rates that long and you know I think.going forward Congress is going to have.to make some decision you know some.combination of changes to the plan I do.you think that will happen do you think.we'll see Social Security into.perpetuity yeah I think Social Security.will be there yes I think the political.incentives are very strong to not you.know walk away from Social Security the.money coming will still support the the.vast majority of the benefits so you.know in my view there needs to be some.tweaks and you know the politicians wind.up figuring out what exactly that is but.you know in our view the Social Security.benefit is the core pillar of retirement.security the cuts that were made the.last time around are still being phased.in so when you look at seniors today.they work under one set of rules and.younger people today actually have a.lesser benefit so those cuts are still.being phased in from the last go-around.we haven't fully experienced the effects.of those so you know we believe subscore.is very important and I don't think.people have to be as dire as you.sometimes hear you know don't believe.it'll be there that sort of thing I.don't buy into that we do have another.viewer clip and would like to get to.that right now.Ruben Martin let's look at what Ruben.has to ask hi I'm just trying to find.out more information about private.health insurance because I'm gonna be.retiring retiring out pretty soon and I.understand maybe there might not be.Medicare or Medicaid around and maybe.several years so what would be my.options for insurance in case there.isn't Medicare or Medicaid so I want to.ask the financial advisors first on.something like this for one thing is.this something that financial advisors.do where you're actually.potentially being kind of system.navigators on where clients could get.things like health care and other.services let's start with you Jason yeah.so I could connect a client to an.appropriate expert if I could address.that a little indirectly health care is.a major issue as is long-term care as.Dan mentioned if you look at the.statistics they're absolutely staggering.where the costs are over eighty five.thousand depending upon the state and.over seventy percent of those over age.65 are likely to require some type of.long-term care so they can address that.by having a plan which means having some.type of insurance or allocating some of.their savings towards it but most.importantly having a plan and addressing.it and and let's let's move right into.what a statewide plan is so we're in the.80th legislation that legislation you.already mentioned that there is a bill.for work and save first off what what is.that bill what would that bill do if it.is passed yeah let me let me sort of.backtrack so I think a lot of states.around the country are realizing that.the work force is changing that there is.for this retirement crisis and so.they've explored whether you know there.is a role for government to help provide.some solutions and so to date over half.of the states and around the country.have either introduced legislation or.actually they stood up the employer or.sorry state-sponsored employ Tire.menteur plans and so in the last session.the sort of the bill that we're talking.about currently was really came out of a.bill last session that stood up the task.force on financial security it was a.bipartisan Commission and bicameral we.had both assembly folks and senators and.one of the recommendations of that task.force was to stand up a state sponsored.retirement plan which is known as I.guess the nevada nevada employee savings.trust invest or also refer to as the.what you look and say work and save yes.and so the idea is that one of a couple.of challenges in standing up sort of.employer sponsored retirement programs.is that small businesses for example.view them as costly and you know if.you're not a small business.people don't have access to the words.you don't work for a big business many.employers don't employees don't have.access and so the idea is that the state.would set up sort of a retirement.program so employees could invest and.stand up a for IRA in that plan and it's.portable so if you were to leave one.company move to another small business.you would still have that retirement.vehicle and so that's sort of the the.structure of the program and as you.mentioned before we're dealing with a.lot of small business employees are the.ones that are not they don't have the.employment so having the ability to move.around is very important Dan other.states that have that have employed this.or at least are trying to employ how.they doing how successful is it so.there's ten states that have implemented.a program in one city these are all.pretty new changes you know since 2012 I.think the idea has been around I think.there's only two states California and.Oregon that's actually collecting.savings investing on behalf of the.people who are making the contributions.so this is a relatively new idea but as.Nancy mentioned there's a lot of.interest a lot of states are looking at.it doing feasibility studies and I think.you know we've done public opinion work.there's a broad sense that there's a.retirement security there's a broad.sense that people were concerned about.their ability in retirement and these.plans is we actually asked about them.there's broad support for them you know.over 70% of people like the idea of the.state helping you get on a frictionless.path to saving and preparing for.retirement seventy-four percent said.they're very likely to participate if.they had the opportunity and to me I.think certainly the education component.is important but I think it's really.important that we have good.infrastructure systemic solutions where.people don't have a lot of hurdles to.getting to a place where they're doing.the right thing in this and this word.can save bill might might be one of the.the options on the table for that yeah.dan mentioned Oregon I would just add.that I think they set up their program.almost two years ago and so in the 18 to.24 months that that program has been in.place they have over ten million in.assets and forty-eight thousand.employees I have cyant into the program.so they've seen a real interest in a.real sort of benefit on the saving side.wonderful well unfortunately we're out.of time and thank you so much who really.appreciate being on the show and thank.you as always for joining our discussion.on nevada week we're gonna continue this.discussion on our nevada week extras so.please visit our website to view this.continuing conversation or watch this.episode again or access resources.discussed on the show also if you 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If that is necessary, the university or the faculty will inform you of that. These things can vary from university to university. Your best option would be to check your university website, financial services office or the Bursar office in your university.

What can I do when a divorced parent refuses to fill out a college financial aid form?

Anything that does not involve going to university and paying for it with loans/grants. Join the service. Get a full time job and take a class at a time and pay with cash. Find an employer that will pay for your schooling. Get married so you can be considered an independent student 9but not from your husband). Jus t get a job. By the time the government lets you file as an independent student(age 24) you may have found an even better pattern that doesn’t involve college at all.

How can I fill out Google's intern host matching form to optimize my chances of receiving a match?

I was selected for a summer internship 2016. I tried to be very open while filling the preference form: I choose many products as my favorite products and I said I'm open about the team I want to join. I even was very open in the location and start date to get host matching interviews (I negotiated the start date in the interview until both me and my host were happy.) You could ask your recruiter to review your form (there are very cool and could help you a lot since they have a bigger experience). Do a search on the potential team. Before the interviews, try to find smart question that you are Continue Reading

How do I fill out the form of DU CIC? I couldn't find the link to fill out the form.

Just register on the admission portal and during registration you will get an option for the entrance based course. Just register there. There is no separate form for DU CIC.

How do you know if you need to fill out a 1099 form?

It can also be that he used the wrong form and will still be deducting taxes as he should be. Using the wrong form and doing the right thing isnt exactly a federal offense

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