Posts in Financial Planning
More Prepared for Death than Life?

Long-term care is becoming an increasingly important topic, and for good reason. Americans are aging, with 10,000 people turning 65 in the U.S. each day. And nearly 70% of people retiring today will require some type of long-term care during their lifetime, according to the Department of Health and Human Services…

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Women, Divorce and Retirement

While the divorce rate peaked in 2000 in the U.S., the financial costs continue to be high: a divorcing couple pays legal fees, may need to sell illiquid assets, and has to cover the costs of two – rather than one – residence. Furthermore, a divorce has a huge impact on the respective spouse’s retirement prospects, with divorced women usually left with less financial security than their male counterparts.

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