"Voices In America" with James Earl Jones highlights saving for retirement

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New show segment features financial professionals and discusses how to plan for the future...

"Voices In America," the television show hosted by classically-trained Hollywood actor and master thespian James Earl Jones has announced that it will produce an upcoming segment on the topic of saving for retirement. This is something that millions of Americans deal with on a daily basis, especially as the "Generation X" population quickly nears retirement age themselves.

Recent polls have revealed that an alarming number of individuals between the ages of 30 and 50 years old do not currently feel like they have done enough to adequately prepare for their eventual retirement. To make matters worse, the Millennial generation (people born starting in the mid to late 1980s) have by and large not started saving for retirement at all. This has a number of interesting and potentially dangerous implications not only for their own well being into their twilight years, but also for the United States economy at the same time.

"Voices In America" is an entirely independent production and is not affiliated with APT or PBS in any way. Despite this, it currently airs on Public Television Stations across the country in a wide range of different markets. People who are interested in finding out more on the upcoming segment on saving for retirement, or to learn more about "Voices In America" in general, are encouraged to visit voicesinamericamedia.com today.

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