It didn’t take talk of a recession to spark economic anxiety among AARP’s nearly 40 million members. They have been telling us for months that they are worried about the future. They fear that they are living one illness away from financial ruin. Even assuming good health, they are concerned that they will outlive their retirement savings.
It’s time for politicians to answer tough questions
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