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Rethinking the Golden Years

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 — in their own words — and examines topics such as work, debt burdens, medical shocks, multi-generation households.

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


A lack of savings. Unmanageable debt. Increasing family responsibilities.

Today, older Americans are experiencing increased demands on their time and money than prior generations.

Financial Lives After 50: Rethinking the Golden Years

A new series featuring real conversations to spotlight the financial needs of older adults.

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Meet the Experts

Q & A with Lisa Marsh Ryerson and Jennifer Tescher

Financial health and resilience is central to the work of AARP Foundation and Financial Health Network. Read about how these two organizations joined forces to make Financial Lives after 50 happen. Read the Q & A
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