Get help with navigating uncertainty
COVID-19 has sent financial shockwaves across the country that affect every aspect of our financial lives, including how to prepare for and live in retirement. But something hasn’t changed: The possibility of a 30+ year retirement remains very real for many individuals.
To help you plan in this new environment, join Wells Fargo Advisors and the Longevity Project, in collaboration with the Stanford Center on Longevity, for “Navigating uncertainty.” This conference call series features panels of noted professionals selected for their in-depth topical knowledge. Take advantage of this exclusive opportunity to hear them discuss strategies for charting a course through these unprecedented times.
The “Navigating uncertainty” call series includes:
Planning for the 30+ year retirement
Listen to the Replay
800-585-8367 Conference ID# 3834009
- Ken Stern (moderator), Chair of the Longevity Project and national best-selling author
- Chris Farrell, Economics Editor of Marketplace Money
- Teresa Ghilarducci, nationally recognized expert in retirement security and the Bernard L. and Irene Schwartz Professor of Economics at The New School for Social Research
- Tracie McMillion, CFA®, Head of Global Asset Allocation Strategy, Wells Fargo Investment Institute
Caregiving in a time of change
November 18, 2020
3:00 – 4:00 p.m. ET
- Grace Whiting - CEO National Alliance for Caregiving
- Sherri Snelling – Founder and CEO of the Caregiving Club
- Ron Long - Wells Fargo Head of Aging Client Services
Wealth and health
Details coming soon
This page will be updated as information becomes available. Come back often for additional details.
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