4 Risks of retirement
You work hard saving and investing most of your adult life so that you can have the retirement of your dreams, but there are financial risks that could derail your plans. In this episode of Edelman Financial Engines’ Everyday Wealth™, Jean and wealth planner Rose Niang explain what those risks are and how to help protect your retirement. Then, Jean is joined by Dr. Ken Dychtwald, the country's foremost expert on aging and author of 19 books on the subject, including his memoir, Radical Curiosity: One Man's Search for Cosmic Magic and a Purposeful Life, to discuss the risk of outliving your money and how having a financial advisor can help.
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