"Today in America with Terry Bradshaw" Explores Retirement Options in a New Series

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The baby boomers of today will not have the same kind of retirement as their parents. Ever since the stock market crashed and banks had to be bailed out, Americans of retirement age or those close to it will have find news ways to live out their golden years. "Today in America with Terry Bradshaw" introduces a new series that will explore the many options facing the next wave of retirees.

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Thanks to a shaky job market and a weak economy many savings accounts are empty or are almost empty. Retirement plans have been cashed out to play for living expenses. Social security payments will be less than the generation before because people are living longer. How can the baby boomer generation expect to retire and have enough to enjoy it? Many will work in fields they love but not on a full time basis. Others will delay retirement therefore saving more in benefits. "Today in America with Terry Bradshaw" explores the best options for retirement, redefining what retirement is, and to how best plan for the future, in a new series.

Show host Terry Bradshaw is a sports celebrity from the Baby Boomer generation. He spent 14 years playing professional football before he retired in 1984. His long and respected career was honored with an induction into the Hall of Fame and four Super Bowl wins. Following retirement from pro football in 1984, Terry became a regular on television. He was a Color Analyst for CBS Sports on their NFL broadcasts and later one of their in-studio co-hosts. He eventually joined The NFL Today. After ten years with CBS, Bradshaw joined Fox Sports in 1994 as an analyst, where he still works.

The Today in America Terry Bradshaw crew travels extensively to bring back engaging, positive stories that will inform the audience about topics of importance. It is filmed throughout the nation and Canada with state of the art equipment. The award winning program is edited in Coral Springs, Florida. Show topics cover a wide variety of interests from going green to new urbanism. The program is carried on regional and national cable networks such as CNN Headline News, ESPN 2, and Fox Sports Net. For more information, please visit todayinamericatv.com.

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