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The average American widow today is 56 years old* and can expect to live to age 80. Eighty percent of all Baby Boomers, those born between 1947 and 1964, will one day be widows.
Those are sobering statistics.
Here is another: Many women experience financial hardship after their spouse dies.
And on top of the crushing sadness and a mental fog that often accompanies the grieving process, big financial decisions have to be made that will affect the rest of your life.
Carla Campbell, CPA, CFP®, is ready to listen and guide you through this difficult time. This life transition is painful on many levels, but you don’t have to go through it alone.
Carla can help you develop a plan to manage your assets and debts as well as income and expenses and address estate settlement needs. You can heal and rebuild and Carla can help.
*Money Smart Steps for Recent Widows, Kathleen Rehl