Financial planning for single people
Single people face a unique set of challenges when it comes to financial planning. Jean is joined by wealth planner Rose Niang in this episode of Edelman Financial Engines’ Everyday Wealth™, to discuss those challenges, including health care, emergency funds and retirement planning, and how to help navigate them. Later in the episode, Erin Smith, director of estate planning at Edelman Financial Engines, joins the conversation to explain the biggest considerations that single people have to make when it comes to estate planning, and which important documents are essential to have in place when you’re single.
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