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Oct 12, 2020

A new survey of 401(k) participants done by Charles Schwab and Co. shows that baby boomers now believe they need a $1.6 million nestegg to retire comfortably, with millennials saying they must amass $2 million. Catherine Golladay of Schwab joins Chuck to discuss how and why retirement savers think reaching their goals is harder and requires more money. Also on the show, Doug Nordman discusses his new book, 'Raising Your Money-Savvy Family for Next Generation Financial Independence,' David Tainer of New Constructs warns of the dangers of ignoring footnotes in corporate filings, and we rebroadcast a recent Market Call interview with Eric Heyman of Olstein Strategic Opportunities.