June 29, 2019 | The Ric Edelaman Show

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The Ric Edelman Show: June 29, 2019

Duration: 1:22:47

On this episode:

  • Here’s Why 39 Percent of Americans Are Out of Their Minds
  • More Than 100,000 Retirees Face Foreclosure Because of Reverse Mortgages
  • What Will You Do With Your Retirement Plan When You Leave Your Company?
  • What Would You Do If You Found a Wallet on the Street?

On this episode:

Here’s Why 39 Percent of Americans Are Out of Their Minds

Duration: 12:06

Four out of 10 Americans say the economy is in bad shape. That’s insane! They say the next recession has already begun or will in the next 12 months. Listen o Ric Edelman explain why these folks have it wrong and why there’s reason to celebrate America this holiday week.

More Than 100,000 Retirees Face Foreclosure Because of Reverse Mortgage

Duration: 2:43

In concept, reverse mortgages make a lot of sense. The problem is that the actual products used to provide you with reverse mortgages leave a lot to be desired. Listen to Ric Edelman share a story about how more than 100,000 retirees who obtained reverse mortgages ended up facing foreclosure.

What Will You Do With Your Retirement Plan When You Leave Your Company?

Duration: 9:29

We just completed a big survey of workers around the country. The results were disappointing. We discovered that nearly 40 percent of people didn’t know their distribution options when it comes to a workplace retirement plan. Listen to Ric Edelman explain your options and provide you with advice on what you should be doing with your retirement savings.

What Would You Do If You Found a Wallet on the Street?

Duration: 3:54

Researchers just completed a three-year study involving thousands of people across 40 countries. The goal of the research was to answer this question: Would you return a lost wallet? Listen to Ric Edelman explain why the researchers were surprised by what they discovered.


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