Purposeful retirements, the value of a note on a property, and financial planning during a family emergency
On this week’s Hanson McClain’s Money Matters: Scott and Pat speak with Dr. Rich Feller about leading a purposeful, happy existence in retirement. They then discuss longevity and how it is changing today’s view of what it means to be over 65. Next, they talk to a caller about the value of a note on a property. Lastly, they interview one of Hanson McClain’s longest-tenured advisors, Barbara Healy, about a unique experience she had financial planning for a family emergency.
Scott Hanson and Pat McClain have been hosting Hanson McClain’s Money Matters radio show for over 20 years, and have answered questions from thousands of callers on a variety of financial topics.
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