Older adults manage an increasing share of national wealth in the United States and other graying nations. Risky decisions by aging investors may have effects on financial markets in general but certainly those decisions can seriously hurt couples and individuals in later life. FINRA, the Financial Industry Regulatory Association, performed an in-depth study recently to assess whether older Americans—those over 58 with far less time to recover from a market shock than younger investors– were taking on TOO MUCH risk. And if they are taking on too much risk, they wanted to know WHY. Well today, we’ll reveal the surprising outcome of the large study, and why you need to know about it. Then Medicare expert Shelley Grandidge joins us for the Q & A. A fact filled show you don’t want to miss….MASTERING MONEY is on the air!!
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- How Biden’s Tax Law Proposals Could Affect Your Retirement
- The Life-Changing Benefits of Knowing Your Money is Safe and Your Income Will Last