Month: March 2018

money spouse

12 Financial Steps to Take Immediately After the Death of a Spouse

March 21st, 2018

Losing a spouse is a tremendous blow to anyone. Just keeping your composure through the grieving process can take all of your mental and physical strength. As a result, just thinking about how to manage financial obligations following the passing of a spouse can be crippling. It’s OK. It’s natural. The Checklist To help ease […]

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Starting and Writing a Will: What You Need to Know

March 14th, 2018

If you have assets of any kind, or dependent children, it’s a good idea to have a last will and testament. The problem is a lot of people cringe at the thought of creating the legal document. But preparing a last will and testament isn’t difficult. Why you need/want one There are several reasons to […]

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Shared Housing – Did the Golden Girls Have it Right?

Shared Housing – Did the Golden Girls Have it Right?

March 8th, 2018

According to the Joint Center for Housing Studies, the number of people over the age of 75 living alone is to set to reach 13.4 million by 2035. Women will make up 75% of this group. (Senior Planet; Aging with an Attitude 10/16/17) Home Sharing: What is it? “Home sharing” is a popular term in […]

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