By Eve Kaplan, CFP® Professional
Brains and wine both improve with age (and any oenophile will tell you, putting the two together — in moderation — can be good for you). When I discuss brain improvement with age, I’m referencing a growing body of literature studying the so-called “middle-aged brain” (the 40-60s age group). True, brain processing speed slows a bit in this age group when compared with younger individuals, but problem-solving skills improve. This is good news for Baby Boomers and for financial advisors like me because we’re more readily on the same page.
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