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About Pam Krueger

Pam Krueger is the founder of WealthRamp.com, co-host of MoneyTrack on PBS and national spokesperson for The Institute for the Fiduciary Standard. Pam created the award-winning MoneyTrack TV series seen nationally on over 250 PBS stations, and launched Wealthramp to match consumers to qualified fiduciary financial advisors. Visit her website here: https://wealthramp.com
Latest Posts | By Pam Krueger
5 Simple Tips for Finding Financial Freedom after 60 from a Former Stockbroker
6 days ago

5 Simple Tips for Finding Financial Freedom after 60 from a Former Stockbroker

I wasn’t old enough to rent a car, but in my early 20s a major brokerage firm recruited me to become a stockbroker. I was excited until I figured out that I’d just committed to a career of telemarketing.
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3 Nationally Known Personal Finance Experts Take on 10 Critical Retirement Planning Challenges
3 months ago

3 Nationally Known Personal Finance Experts Take on 10 Critical Retirement Planning Challenges

Whatever life after 60 looks like to you, thinking about the money you’ll have – and how much you’ll need – during retirement shouldn’t keep you up at night. Still, it’s hard not to obsess about the most worrying questions about money and aging…
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What Do Financial Advisors Do? Do You Really Need One After 60?
3 years ago

What Do Financial Advisors Do? Do You Really Need One After 60?

If you’ve ever thought about asking for help with your finances – maybe trying to roll over your 401k without getting dinged by tax penalties or making sure you’re not taking too much risk with your life savings – you may have found yourself wondering what financial advisors actually do. Read More

Do You Really Want to Share a Financial Advisor with Your Husband?
3 years ago

Do You Really Want to Share a Financial Advisor with Your Husband?

Statistically speaking, we know women expect to outlive their husbands.

Harvard Health reported in 2016 that 57% of those ages 65 and up are female, while 67% of those who reach age 85 are women. The average woman lives five years longer than the average man in the U.S. Read More