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EBSA's Chicago forum on women and retirement savings (July 28, 2012)

Images include:

  • Staff from EBSA's Chicago Regional Office greet attendees at EBSA's women and retirement savings forum at University of Illinois-Chicago
  • Deputy Asst. Secretary of Labor for EBSA Michael L. Davis welcomes attendees to the women and retirement savings forum at University of Illinois-Chicago
  • (L to R) Christine Benz, Personal Finance Director at Morningstar and forum moderator, Doug Nguyen, Deputy Regional Communications Director, Social Security Administration, Lara Hinz, Director of Programs, Women's Institute for a Secure Retirement, Asst. Secretary of Labor for EBSA Phyllis C. Borzi
  • Attendees at EBSA's women and retirement savings forum at University of Illinois-Chicago
  • Doug Nguyen, Deputy Regional Communications Director for the Social Security Administration discusses when and how to claim social security benefits
  • EBSA staff and attendees at the women and retirement savings forum review free educational materials on retirement planning and saving
  • (L to R) Christine Benz, Personal Finance Director at Morningstar and forum moderator, Hubert H. "Skip" Humphrey III, Assistant Director, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's Office for Older Americans, Asst. Secretary of Labor for EBSA Phyllis C. Borzi, Joseph C. Peiffer, attorney and member, Public Investors Arbitration Bar Association
  • Asst. Secretary of Labor for EBSA Phyllis C. Borzi talks about increasing retirement savings, and keeping savings secure
  • Hubert H. "Skip" Humphrey III, Assistant Director, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's Office for Older Americans, cautions against becoming a victim of financial abuse
  • Panelists discuss how to avoid potential pitfalls while investing and keeping a retirement nest egg secure
  • Hubert H. "Skip" Humphrey III, Assistant Director, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's Office for Older Americans, and Joseph C. Peiffer, attorney and member, Public Investors Arbitration Bar Association meet with forum attendees

Images include:

  • Staff from EBSA's Chicago Regional Office greet attendees at EBSA's women and retirement savings forum at University of Illinois-Chicago
  • Deputy Asst. Secretary of Labor for EBSA Michael L. Davis welcomes attendees to the women and retirement savings forum at University of Illinois-Chicago
  • (L to R) Christine Benz, Personal Finance Director at Morningstar and forum moderator, Doug Nguyen, Deputy Regional Communications Director, Social Security Administration, Lara Hinz, Director of Programs, Women's Institute for a Secure Retirement, Asst. Secretary of Labor for EBSA Phyllis C. Borzi
  • Attendees at EBSA's women and retirement savings forum at University of Illinois-Chicago
  • Doug Nguyen, Deputy Regional Communications Director for the Social Security Administration discusses when and how to claim social security benefits
  • EBSA staff and attendees at the women and retirement savings forum review free educational materials on retirement planning and saving
  • (L to R) Christine Benz, Personal Finance Director at Morningstar and forum moderator, Hubert H. "Skip" Humphrey III, Assistant Director, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's Office for Older Americans, Asst. Secretary of Labor for EBSA Phyllis C. Borzi, Joseph C. Peiffer, attorney and member, Public Investors Arbitration Bar Association
  • Asst. Secretary of Labor for EBSA Phyllis C. Borzi talks about increasing retirement savings, and keeping savings secure
  • Hubert H. "Skip" Humphrey III, Assistant Director, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's Office for Older Americans, cautions against becoming a victim of financial abuse
  • Panelists discuss how to avoid potential pitfalls while investing and keeping a retirement nest egg secure
  • Hubert H. "Skip" Humphrey III, Assistant Director, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's Office for Older Americans, and Joseph C. Peiffer, attorney and member, Public Investors Arbitration Bar Association meet with forum attendees