Retirement Plans: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)

Saving for retirement signifies navigating a possible minefield of high fees and lousy suggestions. Billy Eichner and Kristin Chenoweth share some guidelines.

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28 Comments on “Retirement Plans: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)”

  1. Use Vanguard, they are amazing. VERY low fees.
    In general, take your age, that should be the % you put in Bonds, put the rest in stocks. Use the entire bond market index and split your stock between the SNP-500 index and the total stock market index. Adjust every year to match your age for % in bonds. This is a golden rule. You can use this and do better than 90% of the people out there because your fees will be so low and their getting killed by theirs in a standard employer plan that's 1.5-2%

  2. Wait wait wait, hang on a second. Help a non-American understand. I keep hearing about financial advisers for retirement plans. Sorry if I sound disingenuous, but, uhm… shouldn't, like, the State provide pension for everybody? I mean, this "save for retirement" thing is to have additional money besides what the State gives people who reach retirement age, right?


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  4. Without even looking it up, I am willing to bet that that new rule requiring financial advisors to act as fiduciaries is on the current administrations chopping block waiting list.

    To those progressives who thought Trump was attacking Hillary from the left: good call. Dumbasses.

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  6. 1. Start saving from 10 years ago!
    2. Invest on low cost index funds.
    3. Find a fiduciary advisor!
    4. Shift ur money from stock to bond as u age.
    5. Try to keep you fees under 1%

    I am gonna come back and read this when I get a job.

  7. Am I reading that right? She’s 42, has 100 grand in liquid savings, 9 in investments and 430 in retirement? First question is why she would ever ask this idiot any financial question as she’s obviously doing fine, but second question why would she deny her?

  8. My God, the only reason Trump rigged the potus was to undo everything Obama did while in office. The pattern is so obvious. He's not interested in maga at all!

  9. The best advisors always put their customers first. No matter if commission or fee based. LIke Old Zig Ziglar said….and I have lived long enough to see it come true….in a big way. If you take care of your customers and do right by them, you do not have to worry about money. The truest words I have ever heard and lived.

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