Where Do Widows Go?

Bradley, Susan
September 2010
Bank Investment Consultant;Sep2010, Vol. 18 Issue 9, p33
Trade Publication
The article discusses why widows seek help from financial advisors after the death of their husbands in the U.S. It notes that widows are experiencing a stressful and confusing life transition, and as a result, their normal capacity to function is temporarily diminished. It mentions that a widow has probably a college degree, worked outside home and is earning more than her husband.


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