The Financial Risk of Living Longer for Hispanic Americans

Giovanna González was first exposed to retirement when her grandfather was forced to stop working in his 70s. He suffered a stroke. 

“My grandpa didn’t have retirement savings,” she says. “My mom and her four siblings pooled money to help with expenses. This has been going on for 20 years.”

González remembers questioning family members about why her grandfather worked until such a late age. 

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