You may have a good general sense of how much money you need to retire, but you aren’t truly ready to retire until you understand what that means in day-to-day terms.
SUM180 member Doreen McGettigan recently asked, “What type of life insurance (term or whole life) would you suggest for a self-employed, married 58-year-old woman. Healthy except for high blood pressure, controlled with meds?”
If you’re about to be married, should you insist that your partner sign a prenup? It depends.
Now that your long-term financial security is about to become a team project, it’s time to make a habit of thinking in terms of steps to you can take together, rather than separately.
I’m a strong proponent of fee-only financial planners. Here’s why.