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We talk to thousands of Americans every day about their dreams, worries, and plans for retirement, or whatever their next chapter in life. Every story may be different, but each one inspires us to find new ways to educate and help people along their financial planning journey.

Here, you’ll find many of those real stories, episodes of the “Your Money Map” show with Jean Chatzky, and important conversations, ideas and lessons from some of the world’s leading financial experts, that can educate and help you find financial freedom for what’s next.

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  • Elton John’s message on how to find the freedom to follow your Yellow Brick Road
    Financial security and planning for the next phase in life are hugely important topics for Elton John. Hear more about the critical steps needed to ensure financial freedom in your life to follow your own yellow brick road to your next chapter.

  • Do you have questions about how SECURE Act 2.0 might affect you? Learn more from our education fellow, Jason Fichtner, as he breaks down the top things you should know.

YOUR MONEY MAP SHOW:

Hosted by award-winning personal finance journalist Jean Chatzky, watch these highly popular shows to learn and be inspired by leading retirement and financial experts on planning your next chapter. Follow us on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn or Instagram for the next live broadcast. And view all of the past shows on our dedicated Your Money Map section.

  • How does one go from a nearly 50-year career in social work to becoming an Instagram influencer and a fashion model landing deals with designers like Valentino? That was the case for Lyn Slater, who did just that in her 60s. How did she do it? And why did she give it all up? Slater joins Jean Chatzky on the next episode of “Your Money Map” to answer those questions and talk about the biggest lessons from her new book, “How to Be Old: Lessons in Living Boldly from the Accidental Icon.”

  • Today, nearly 20% of Americans 65 and up are employed. That’s almost double the number it was 35 years ago. While the reasons for working later in life are many, for a good number, it’s simple–they love what they do. Mark S. Walton is the author of “Unretired: How Highly Effective People Live Happily Ever After.” On this episode of “Your Money Map,” he sits down with Jean Chatkzy to share what he’s learned from crisscrossing the country to talk with hundreds of people in dozens of professions about why they love the “unretired” life.

  • Today, women live an average of six years longer than men. Unfortunately for many, health issues, financial insecurity and a lack of purpose can rob women of the opportunity to enjoy their “longevity bonus years.” On this episode of “Your Money Map,” host Jean Chatzky sits down with Maddy Dychtwald, the author of “Ageless Aging,” to talk about the steps women can take to sync up their healthspans and lifespans and ultimately, live longer, happier and healthier lives.

  • Today, women live an average of six years longer than men. Unfortunately for many, health issues, financial insecurity and a lack of purpose can rob women of the opportunity to enjoy their “longevity bonus years.” On the next episode of “Your Money Map,” host Jean Chatzky sits down with Maddy Dychtwald, the author of “Ageless Aging,” to talk about the steps women can take to sync up their healthspans and lifespans and ultimately, live longer, happier and healthier lives.

  • How do you think about retirement? For most, it’s an immediate transition from full-time work to full-time freedom. But, there’s another approach that’s becoming more popular–a phased-in retirement, where people gradually reduce their work hours and responsibilities over time, easing into retirement at their own pace. On this episode of “Your Money Map” host Jean Chatzky sits down with Allison Schrager, an economist and senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, as well as a columnist at Bloomberg Opinion, to talk about how the phased-in approach is redefining retirement as we know it.

  • Retiring is a major life change. It’s an even bigger transition if you’re doing it as a couple. From working together to craft a financial plan that meets your needs to making sure you don’t get on each other’s nerves during all that extra free time you’ll have, there’s a lot to navigate. On this episode of “Your Money Map”, Jean Chatzky sits down with Clare Ansberry of The Wall Street Journal to talk about how retired couples can make the most of this turning point in their lives. Plus, they’ll be joined by a couple who not only retired together but also worked side-by-side for over two decades.

  • For pre-retirees, saving for your golden years can seem daunting. But, as Anne Lester, former head of retirement solutions for JPMorgan Asset Management and Alliance for Lifetime Income Fellow explains, everyone can find a way to save for the future. In her new book, “Your Best Financial Life,” Lester outlines actionable steps to identify what retirement tools are best for you and an easy-to-use roadmap to ensure you’ve saved enough. On the next “Your Money Map,” Lester joins host Jean Chatzky to share how you can lay the groundwork for a secure retirement and ultimately, live “your best financial life

  • Morgan Housel is a partner at The Collaborative Fund. He’s the New York Times Bestselling author of The Psychology of Money and Same As Ever. His books have sold over five million copies and have been translated into more than 50 languages. He is a two-time winner of the Best in Business Award from the Society of American Business Editors and Writers, and winner of the New York Times Sidney Award. In 2022, MarketWatch named him one of the 50 most influential people in markets. He serves on the board of directors at Markel.

  • The Election And What It Means For Your Money: It’s the day after “Super Tuesday” and the race for the White House is heating up. What does it all mean for your money and your retirement? In the past, we’ve seen how who’s in power can impact economic growth, policy, and the markets. On this episode of “Your Money Map,” host Jean Chatzky sits down with Mark Zandi, Chief Economist at Moody’s Analytics to talk about the 2024 presidential election and what it could mean for you.

Stories & Conversations

Real-life stories and conversations from everyday Americans about planning for the next chapter in life.

  • Following his Yellow Brick Road By Protecting His Retirement
    Mike Gomez, Elton John’s head production rigger, tells us how an annuity gives him the certainty and peace of mind to pursue what’s next in life.

Learn

Retirement and retirement planning are being re-defined today. We’re living longer and wanting to do more in the next chapter of life. Learn what it takes to have enough money to live the life you want in retirement from these retirement experts.

  • How Retirement Has Changed and Locking in Income – FP Heather Drebenstedt 
    We’re living longer and that makes it more important that we lock in the money we need throughout our increasingly longer retirement years. Heather Drebenstedt explains how you can use an annuity to create a lifetime stream of income that can add security to your retirement plan.

  • Setting the Record Straight: Annuity Myths
    When it comes to annuities, there’s a lot of misinformation available. Watch Michael Finke, Tamiko Toland, and David Blanchett debunk common annuity myths.

  • Understanding Retirement Income and Rethinking Retirement Planning – FP Jeannette Bajalia
    We all know that saving is a big part of retirement planning. But how do you take a holistic approach that incorporates all aspects of your life? Jeannette Bajalia walks through how to think more broadly about retirement income planning, including how to turn some of your savings into an income stream that can last a lifetime.

  • BRN – Financial Planning for Longer Life Spans & Greater Longevity
    BRN AM on Wednesday August 25th, 2021 with Suzanne Norman, Senior Education Advisor with the Alliance for Lifetime Income.

Peak65

America is entering a historic surge, with more than 4.1 million Americans retiring each year through 2027. What used to be 10,000 over the past decade is now over 11,200 every day. A concerning trend is emerging as a significant portion of the Peak 65® generation lacks sufficient protected income, putting them at risk of outliving their savings.

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