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Seniors Talk Radio

Adam Avery

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Host: Adam Avery

Seniors Talk Radio is committed to educating seniors – through entertaining discussions – the best strategies for improving their quality of life and increasing their financial longevity. Each show will cover topics from health and lifestyle to financial strategies to legislation affecting seniors to interviews with people of interest.

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Seniors Talk Radio – Safe 4 Retirement

What does President Obama’s Administration’s delaying of the Keystone Pipeline mean to U.S. job creation? How does our country’s current debt load affect the economy? Our friend Robert Romano from Americans for Limited Government stops by to explain. Amazon.com’s #1 Bestseller in the “Personal Health and Personal Finance” category is authored by guest Jack Tatar who drops by to explain … Read more about this episode...

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Biography

Seniors Talk Radio with Adam Avery

Adam made the conscious decision to transition from terrestrial broadcast on Clear Channel affiliate WFMD- where he developed a no-nonsense approach to interviewing politicians- to webtalkradio.net where he expects to reach a larger and more diverse audience.

His full time career has included skills learned in the home improvement and residential mortgage industries, eventually leading to ownership of a nationally recognized reverse mortgage brokerage. He is currently a partner in a marketing company which educates professionals in the financial planning and insurance and elder law industries as to the proper use of a reverse mortgage as a financial tool for senior citizens.
Adam encourages every citizen to get engaged in local, state, and national politics. He is a regular contributing columnist for an on-line publication, is an on-air radio personality, founder and host of adamaverytv.com which streams live internet television out of a studio he built in the front office of his mortgage brokerage. Adam has “canned” over 500 interviews and moderated debates with politicians, business and community leaders, authors, and people of interest.
As a guest panelist on Fox & Friends, Adam was asked to comment on President Obama’s tax policy, and he is often quoted in various articles about an array of topics- from economics and politics to green technology.