As we move closer to National Financial Literacy Month in April, this is our fourth weekly post about age-specific financial literacy. If you’re just joining this series, in Part 1 we discussed how children can learn about donating, investing, spending and saving. In Part 2 we talked about getting young adults launched on the right financial path right out of high school or college. And in Part 3 we addressed the five major concerns that all of us have about money in our prime income-producing years to get to our retirement years. And now, we’ll focus on folks who are retired, typically age 60, 65 and older.