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The Ric Edelman Show: March 28, 2020

Duration: 1:22:47

On this episode:

  • We’re Not Worried About Markets, We’re Worried About You
  • How Are You Handling Estate Planning Right Now?
  • Here’s How to Stay Healthy During Challenging Times
  • Congress Must Make Three Big Changes to Current Laws

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Ric's noteworthy segments this week:

We’re Not Worried About Markets, We’re Worried About You

Duration: 12:07

Many people aren’t fully prepared for what’s happening and what’s about to happen. Listen to Ric Edelman break down three aspects you need to understand during this volatile time.

Congress Must Make Three Big Changes to Current Laws

Duration: 10:00

Lawmakers need to change Social Security rules and regulations regarding retirement accounts. Listen to Ric Edelman list three policy recommendations that he made to help you cope with this crisis.

Here’s How to Stay Healthy During Challenging Times

Duration: 5:17

What types of choices are you making during your micro moments each day? Listen to Ric and Jean Edelman share a daily routine that can help you minimize stress and maximize your health.

How Are You Handling Estate Planning Right Now?

Duration: 12:48

Now is the time to review and revise your will, trust, power of attorney and medical directives. Listen to Ric Edelman talk with Dr. Albert Holt about what life is like for people with COVID-19 and steps you can take to update your estate plan.

We’re Not Worried About Markets, We’re Worried About You

Duration: 12:07

Many people aren’t fully prepared for what’s happening and what’s about to happen. Listen to Ric Edelman break down three aspects you need to understand during this volatile time.

Congress Must Make Three Big Changes to Current Laws

Duration: 10:00

Lawmakers need to change Social Security rules and regulations regarding retirement accounts. Listen to Ric Edelman list three policy recommendations that he made to help you cope with this crisis.

Here’s How to Stay Healthy During Challenging Times

Duration: 5:17

What types of choices are you making during your micro moments each day? Listen to Ric and Jean Edelman share a daily routine that can help you minimize stress and maximize your health.

How Are You Handling Estate Planning Right Now?

Duration: 12:48

Now is the time to review and revise your will, trust, power of attorney and medical directives. Listen to Ric Edelman talk with Dr. Albert Holt about what life is like for people with COVID-19 and steps you can take to update your estate plan.


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