Contents: starting a goals list; where you are now (starting a financial notebook, getting your records organized, preparing your statements); long range planning (setting goals for your reserve fund); cash flow (preparing a spending plan, plugging the leaks); bank accounts; bank credit cards; insurance; estate planning; marriage; divorce; remarrying; legal help; investing for retirement (setting a goal, exploring options, selecting investments); getting help with your finances; reading list; bank and insurance company rating organizations.Answer the following questions. For each aquot;noaquot; answer, note your goals and aquot;to- doa#39;saquot; on your goals list. a. Are your husbanda#39;s affairs in orderathat is, could he answer aquot;yesaquot; to questions in the estate planning checklist above? Yes_ No b.
|Title||:||A Primer on Personal Money Management for Midlife & Older Women|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 1993-07-01|