The Canadian Widow's Guide to Enjoying Your Retirement Dollars Making Them Last
|The death of a spouse is a difficult time, not only for the widow
who finds herself on her own after years of marriage, but also for her loved
ones who worry about her well being.
In the midst of this emotionally inconsolable time, you may be asked to make decisions that will affect the rest of your life. Decisions around selling your home, sorting out investments and retirement funds, getting rid of the family cottage or other vacation property, or continuing a family business.
Personal finance author Ben McLean can help with these decisions.
|In The Canadian Widow's Guide he looks at the typical
emotions and events facing a widow during the emotional days following the
death of a spouse and over the longer term. He explains what questions you need
to deal with in the early days and what can wait. And, he offers advice on how
to work with family and professional advisors to get the help you need to
ensure that you are making wise personal and financial
Written by Benjamin McLean. Published by McGraw Hill Ryerson Ltd, 2001.
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This page last modified: November 20, 2001
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