I’m a caregiving expert, with more than 30 years of experience in the field of aging, so you’d think I’d be fully prepared for a loved one’s death, especially when that person is older or has been battling illness.
Parents and their adult children say they want to have honest conversations about finances and retirement issues, but they just don't agree on when to talk, according to a survey released today by Fidelity Investments.
Is marriage more boring or more fulfilling in retirement? (Hint: It's better than you think.) Do spouses in blended families have different financial priorities for their own children than for their stepchildren?
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