Will You Outlive Your Savings? The Risk of Longevity

On October 14, 2021,  C.A.R.P. hosted a national webinar, Outliving your Saving – The Risk of Longevity

For those who missed the meeting, or want to review of the details, we encourage you to tune in and watch the replay on YouTube, at your leisure.

All feedback from the over 500 who attended was positive and they report new insights and interest in finding out more about the Purpose Longevity Pension Fund.
For more information on the Longevity Pension Fund, visit www.RetireWithLongevity.com or you can email them directly at contact@retirewithlongevity.com for general questions.
Alternatively, you can click to have a conversation with Clayton Brown, CFP® who leads the retirement planning efforts at Longevity to discuss the Longevity Pension Fund and how it may fit within your plans.
We also had a number of queries on the title of Fred Vettese’s latest book. It’s called
and you can find more about it online.
About the Webinar:
October 14, 2021

We’ll here from an expert in demographics and trends in how and when people are retiring. Who’s still in the workforce and why? Why we don’t or can’t retire like our parents did; what this modern ‘gift’ of longevity means for us; and what retirement might look like in the future. With David Cravit, VP ZoomerMedia and Chief Membership Officer at C.A.R.P.

And how much money do we really need to retire? What we can expect from government, from pensions and what we may need to supplement. Former Chief Actuary at Morneau Shepell, and author, Fred Vettese will look at the art and science of retirement planning.

Fraser Stark: President, Longevity Retirement Platform, with Purpose Financial will outline a first of its kind investment product, that resembles a pension in the form of a mutual fund, the Longevity Pension Fund.

All three panelists should leave attendees better informed about what the current and future of retirement security looks like – and answer the question, should we really be afraid of outliving our money and what we can do now to ensure that we don’t?