Gray divorce can throw your retirement plans into disarray

According to data from the Pew Research Center, divorce rates among people over 50 have doubled since the 1990s. “Gray divorce” can be particularly disorienting for spouses who sideline a career to raise a family and have little or no retirement savings in their own name.  Although it may seem daunting, it’s important to get a handle on your finances; this is especially relevant for those confronting the prospect of being financially independent after a long hiatus or for the first time ever. The attached article gives advice on what you need to do before your divorce is finalized. Read article here…

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