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"The New Retirement" - Younger vs. Older Generations

Driven by social, health and demographic shifts and accelerated by COVID-19, the future of retirement is now taking into account a more holistic approach to well-being that goes beyond financial independence. A new 9,000-person, five-generation, representative study conducted in the U.S. and Canada by Edward Jones and Age Wave explores how retirees can gain confidence and find purpose in their next stage of life while considering everything from managing mental health, defining family needs and recognizing the advantages of aging.

Founder and CEO of Age Wave, Dr. Ken Dychtwald, and Principal Client Needs Researcher at Edward Jones, Scott Thuma, are joining us this morning with details on the new study and explore “The Four Pillars of the New Retirement,” providing tips Americans can use to take control of their financial futures and outlining the importance of recognizing the connectivity among health, family, purpose and finances in their journey to and through retirement.

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