Archive - August 30, 2016

Retiring Well When You Can’t Count on Relatives

Retiring Well When You Can’t Count on Relatives

retirement signLast week we discussed how mothers need to be aware of family finances, but what if you are not a mother? Sixty-something Sheila Sullivan Zubrod wrote a piece for The Washington Post about navigating her widowed mother’s later years and figuring out she herself can retire well. Women who have no children or find themselves without relatives to depend on can ensure a comfortable retirement when they plan ahead. In the category she refers to as Aging Solo, Zubrod includes, “…countless members of families plagued by addiction, disease, cults, rapacious children, even married progeny who much prefer their …

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