Personal Money Manager and Award-Winning Financial Author Julie Jason will Address "Achieving Retirement Security in Uncertain Times" at The AARP National Convention

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In this time of economic and financial uncertainty and failing financial literacy, Julie Jason of Jackson, Grant Investment Advisers of Stamford, CT ( and will discuss skills that every retiree can acquire and apply to help achieve retirement security. Jason will present at the AARP's national convention in New Orleans (AARP Life@50+ National Event) Friday, Sept. 21, 2012 at 2:00 pm. AARP Life@50+ is expected to attract 25,000+ attendees (

Julie Jason

When you stop working, life changes. Your approach to investing also needs to change.

"When you stop working, life changes. Your approach to investing also needs to change," said Jason.

Award-winning author of "The AARP Retirement Survival Guide: How To Make Smart Financial Decisions in Good Times and Bad," (Sterling Pub.) and "Managing Retirement Wealth: An Expert Guide to Personal Portfolio Management in Good Times and Bad," (Sterling Pub.), Jason will address how investment decision-making in retirement differs from earlier years.

"Picking winners becomes less important. Creating income for a lifetime becomes a priority," said Jason. "How to do that when markets are uncertain is a skill that can be learned by every retiree who makes the effort to refocus his or her attention on the big-picture."

Jason will discuss the mindset of successful retirees who realize that they must revise their investment decision-making process from stock-picking to portfolio management.

"There is always room for improvement," said Jason. "Sometimes, all it takes is a fresh perspective."

Jason's AARP book was recognized by Booklist (American Library Association) as a top ten business book for 2010 and received a number of other literary awards. Both books are the recipients of the prestigious EIFLE award for Excellence in Financial Literacy Education.

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