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En español | 13 million of the more than 50 million low- to moderate-income (LMI) adults in America over 50 are considered financially vulnerable1.

“Financial Lives after 50: Rethinking the Golden Years” delves into the key financial decisions and vulnerabilities faced by the LMI 50+ population and examines topics such as work, debt burdens, medical shocks, and multi-generation households.

1 according to data from the 2019 U.S. Financial Health Pulse Trends Report

Episode 1: When Fixed Incomes Fall Short

For older adults across the country living on a fixed income, making ends meet can be a daily struggle.
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Episode 2: All in the Family

Step inside these multigenerational households to explore their daily joys and challenges.
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Episode 3: The Caregiver Conundrum

Follow three caregivers as they navigate financial hurdles and plan for an uncertain future.
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Episode 4: A Shock to the System

Learn about life after emergency medical expenses and the difficulties older adults face as they try to bounce back financially.
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Episode 5: When Retirement Won’t Work

A lifetime of work doesn’t always make retirement a reality, which leaves many older adults uncertain about their future.
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Episode 6: Good Advice Never Gets Old

“What would you tell your younger self?” Hear our participants reflect and offer sage advice to others.
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Meet the Participants & Experts

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