If you’re recently widowed and have a relationship with a CPA or other tax professional, great! Please consult with him or her. If not, there are some basic things you […]
You Need an Emergency Fund To be accurate, just about everybody needs an emergency fund. Why? With an emergency fund you’ll have cash available for when things go wrong. […]
Smart and Loving Planning Helps Prepare for Loss Palliative and hospice care may give you the opportunity to better prepare for when your spouse is gone. Cindy’s husband of […]
Seek Advice Before Settling Your Late Spouse’s Debts Patty Mann* lost her husband, Mark, in August 2018 to a rare form of cancer. Mark had been self-employed. With his […]
Wings for Widows focuses on grieving widows’ financial needs and not necessarily on the grieving widow’s grief. When working with a widow client we are acutely aware of her sense […]
Moving Forward Financially After the Loss of a Spouse The loss of a spouse can be a devastating, life-changing event. Due to longer life expectancies, women are more likely […]
Don’t Wait to Claim Social Security Survivor’s Benefits Social Security survivor’s benefits can provide much-needed income to you and your family after losing your spouse. It’s important you understand […]
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