Cyrus Bamji

Episode 128: Spreading The Truth About Annuities with Cyrus Bamji

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Remember the popular “Got Milk” and “The Other White Meat” slogans? In this episode, we meet with Cyrus Bamji, Head of Communications for the Alliance for Lifetime Income. Cyrus and his team are on a mission to retell the story of annuities in an even more powerful way than those memorable ad campaigns.

Get the inside story on how the Rolling Stones found the Alliance. And get the first preview of results from one of the most extensive consumer research projects in 2021.

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Episode 95: Can You Get What You Want In Retirement With Cyrus Bamji and Colin Devine

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Cyrus Bamji and Colin Devine from The Alliance for Lifetime Income join us today  to talk about a number of pressing topics in retirement. We cover the 4% rule and whether really it should be 3%. Colin talks about the uniquely high risks that market downturns present for women. And, of course, we examine the value that lifetime income creates for all Americans. If you didn’t know it, The Alliance was the sole sponsor for  the last two years for the Rolling Stones U.S. Tour.

Here are the links mentioned in the show:

https://www.allianceforlifetimeincome.org/

https://www.protectedincome.org/

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