Longevity planning for couples
People 50 years old and older have the highest divorce rate of all age groups according to Pew Research. In fact, the Baby Boomer divorce rate, gray divorce, has doubled since the 1990s. Social observers have offered many reasons including boredom, but one reason could be poor planning. In Joseph Coughlin’s article appearing on Forbes’ website, he explains retirement planning should be longevity planning; the failure to plan how, as a couple, you will spend nearly a full third of your adult lives together. Read his article here … on what all couples should plan on, but don’t.
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