Tying up loose financial ends
With so many priorities competing for our attention, it’s easy to overlook opportunities that come up this time of the year that can help with your financial plan. This week on Edelman Financial Engines’ Everyday Wealth™, wealth planner Jason Cowans joins Jean and Soledad to review a few important financial steps you can consider taking before ringing in the new year. Also in this episode, when a loved one passes away, financial decisions can often make the grieving process even more challenging. The hosts discuss the emotional and financial aspects of losing someone you love, and steps you can take to help make the process a little easier.
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