March 14, 2020 | The Ric Edelman Show
 
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The Ric Edelman Show: March 14, 2020

Duration: 1:22:38

On this episode:

  • Keep Calm, Carry On and Carefully Consider Your Sources
  • Can I Retire Next Year?
  • What Does It Mean When a Governor Declares a State of Emergency?
  • Should I Reduce Retirement Plan Contributions and Build Another Account?

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Ric's noteworthy segments this week:

Keep Calm, Carry On and Carefully Consider Your Sources

Duration: 9:51

There’s a lot of misinformation getting passed around social media. Listen to Isabel Barrow, who is filling in for Ric Edelman, expose some of the false and malicious content floating around and provide some important context on COVID-19.

Can I Retire Next Year?

Duration: 4:55

A listener calls the show and needs help sorting out her overall financial situation. Listen to Isabel Barrow help think through selling a house or refinancing and determine if retirement is a realistic goal.

What Does It Mean When a Governor Declares a State of Emergency?

Duration: 2:44

A public official declaring a state of emergency it not reason to panic or believe there’s a heightened risk. Listen to Isabel Barrow explain how these declarations are one way that state officials can free up money and resources for emergency management.

Should I Reduce Retirement Plan Contributions and Build Another Account?

Duration: 6:10

A listener calls with a question about making some adjustments to their financial plan before an early retirement next year. Listen to Isabel Barrow provide some advice on a complex financial situation.

Keep Calm, Carry On and Carefully Consider Your Sources

Duration: 9:51

There’s a lot of misinformation getting passed around social media. Listen to Isabel Barrow, who is filling in for Ric Edelman, expose some of the false and malicious content floating around and provide some important context on COVID-19.

Can I Retire Next Year?

Duration: 4:55

A listener calls the show and needs help sorting out her overall financial situation. Listen to Isabel Barrow help think through selling a house or refinancing and determine if retirement is a realistic goal.

What Does It Mean When a Governor Declares a State of Emergency?

Duration: 2:44

A public official declaring a state of emergency it not reason to panic or believe there’s a heightened risk. Listen to Isabel Barrow explain how these declarations are one way that state officials can free up money and resources for emergency management.

Should I Reduce Retirement Plan Contributions and Build Another Account?

Duration: 6:10

A listener calls with a question about making some adjustments to their financial plan before an early retirement next year. Listen to Isabel Barrow provide some advice on a complex financial situation.


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