Financial Misinformation: Can you trust the financial networks? [Radio Show]

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How much should you watch or act on information and predictions that you see on financial TV? Mom always told us, “consider the source.”

How much should you believe on financial TV? Social Security has moved up the date when they will cut back benefits. Will it affect you? 70% of people will need some kind of long-term care. Are you prepared? How tax planning in retirement is more complex than in your working years. If you have a pension, should you trust that it will be there for the next 30 years? At what point should you see a retirement planner? Is it an age, a level of wealth or something else?

Are you asking your financial planner the right questions?


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