A youth incarceration expert explains why Wisconsin has one of the highest rates of prisoners incarcerated for crimes they committed as minors. Then, a retirement finance expert helps us better manage our expectations for retirement, compared to reality.
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Why Wisconsin has so many people incarcerated for crimes they committed as youth
A new report finds that Wisconsin has the second-highest percentage in the nation of prisoners incarcerated for crimes they committed as minors. An expert explains.
Our retirement expectations don't always match up to reality
Many people say they plan to work after retirement, but far fewer people actually do. That’s just one finding of a new survey that shows a mismatch between our beliefs about retirement and the reality for retired people. An expert on finance and retirement issues joins the show with advice.
- Rob Ferrett Host
- Tyler Ditter Technical Director
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- Rob Ferrett Producer
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- Kerry Hannon Guest
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