Oct 29, 2014
LifeHealthPro.com - A recent study conducted at Texas Tech University found that after the age of 60, financial decision-making ability drops about 2 percent every year; it’s just a normal product of aging. As you approach age 80, a gap begins to grow between reality and perception. I see a lot of 80-year-olds who come into my office, 100 percent confident in their decision-making capabilities because they were a financial wizard in their hay day.
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