Nov 20, 2019
People are living longer than ever before. In fact, most of us are going to have an extra 20 years of life that we didn’t necessarily plan for. Founder and CEO of Caregiving Club Sherri Snelling, joins host Bill Coppel, Managing Director and Chief Client Growth Officer at First Clearing, to discuss how financial advisors can help clients not only prepare for retirement but better understand the impact of these bonus years.
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Sherri Snelling is the founder and CEO of Caregiving Club, a strategic consulting firm focused on the $20 billion caregiver health and wellness industry and the $7 trillion longevity economy. She is also the chief strategy and gerontology advisor for the VR immersive training platforms, Embodied Labs and author of A Cast of Caregivers: Celebrity Stories to Help You Prepare to Care. As a gerontologist and national care-giving expert, Sherri has been featured on many news networks and is a contributing columnist in a variety of publications. Sherri holds a master's degree in gerontology from the University of Southern California, the number one gerontology school in the nation, and a BA in journalism and political science from USC.
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