I’m excited to bring my brand new one-hour special, MoneyTrack, Money for Life, to PBS stations

Pam Krueger November 22, 2016

On the show, my co-host Jack Gallagher and I tear back the curtain on Wall Street by spotlighting the newest technology that's available to help investors. We explain four key questions every investor should consider as they wade into retirement.

Viewers will learn to gauge how much professional financial advice they really need to invest their life savings, and make sure that they're getting truly unbiased advice and not just a sales pitch. We walk viewers through the new rules from the Department of Labor that affect every retirement saver in America. The program also teaches investors to change what they can change, such as their attitude, and that today’s retirement doesn’t have to revolve around golf courses and sailboats.

Real stories of real people are always a great way to learn what works and what doesn’t work when it comes to investing. We give viewers a very personal view of the life of one very famous Baby Boomer whose persona is well-known around the world—someone most people would just assume lives a dream retirement. Her story is an inspiration to anyone who feels let down that they haven’t saved enough to fully retire. Find out when and where to watch on our site moneytrack.org.

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