Nationally Recognized Expert Mark Miller Shares His Insights On Retirement And Aging Trends

Welcome to episode #26 of Social Security: Answers From The Experts with Martha Shedden. In this episode Martha sits down with Mark Miller and they explore his wealth of knowledge as concerns Social Security and retirement planning, as they currently are and what they may become in the years ahead.

Mark is a journalist, author and podcaster specializing in coverage of retirement and aging. He contributes regularly on retirement to The New York Times, and writes columns for Reuters, and We He is the author of Jolt: Stories of Trauma and Transformation and The Hard Times Guide to Retirement Security. He also publishes a weekly podcast and newsletter:

Here is what to expect on this week’s show:
●What trends is Mark currently seeing as related to retirement and aging.
●Mark’s vision of the future for the improvement (or not) of advisors providing a more holistic approach to retirement planning.
●Where financial planners can get more information, and tools, to stay up to date on Social Security and retirement issues.
●A look at spending trends for recently retired people and the implications for how you approach your financial planning.
●What is the future of Medicare, will it be around forever?
●What is the future of Social Security benefits?
●Some of the most common misunderstanding that Mark’s sees people having related to Medicare and Social Security.

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