Sandra M. Radna Esquire is an award-winning New York attorney and the owner of Sandra M. Radna P.C. Sandra has been published and quoted in a number of periodicals concerning the intersection of finances and matrimonial law, including CNBC.com, Yahoo Finance Observer, Business Insider, and more. She’s also the author of the book “You’re Getting Divorced…Now What?”.
One of the last things you want to worry about when you lose a loved one are the numerous non-financial tasks after the loss of a loved one.
Unfortunately, this is the reality for a lot of people.
In this episode, Larry Heller invites Ronnie Genser, President at Bereavement Navigators, to discuss all you need to know when it comes to navigating the myriad of taxes after the loss of a loved one, especially a spouse.
How the loss of a loved one impacted her career and finances
How to prepare for the loss of a spouse from a non-financial standpoint
What inspired her to found Bereavement Navigators, a company that helps widows and widowers navigate the myriad of non-legal and non-legal and non-financial aspects of losing a loved one
How to navigate Social Security for the deceased without the headache
Ronnie Gensers’ professional background includes over 20 years in international and domestic sales, marketing, training and consulting.
Unfortunately, Ronnie’s successful career path took an unexpected turn after the sudden death of her husband. The things Ronnie learned about what she needed to do after her husband’s death include how to organize the numerous and unexpected tasks and the resources she found and the tips she learned. She now shares her work as a Bereavement Navigator with widows, widowers, adult children, and other relatives who have lost loved ones.
Entering retirement can feel like crossing the finish line of a marathon, however, that doesn’t mean the race is entirely over.
A large struggle people face when they enter retirement is establishing their new identity outside of the workplace and staying engaged with the things that give them purpose.
In this episode, mindset mentor George Jerjian, a formal financial advisor and a prolific author who recently released “Dare to Discover Your Purpose: Retire, Refire, Rewire,” discusses the reality of new retirees and offers solutions to help overcome the common struggles people face after the honeymoon phase of retirement is over.
The moment that altered the course of his life forever
The concept of identity and how you can avoid struggling with it during retirement
Why wealthy people never fully “retire”
What the DARE program stands for and how it can help you in retirement
As a formal financial advisor, George is on a mission to help retirees create a plan for their later years which is about much more than money for him. It is all about making a difference and helping those heading for retirement, creating a life of purpose, passion, and potential that reflects how we live today.
George has authored 11 books including his most recent release Dare to Discover Your Purpose. George works with clients across the world, from the UK, the US, Canada, as well as Australia and New Zealand.
Will your net worth be transferred to your heirs the way you intend it to? How do you know?
In this episode of Life Unlimited, Larry shares some real life stories of major mistakes he has seen with respect to a will, beneficiary or the titling of an asset. Listen in to hear some advice to make sure your estate planning wishes are kept up to date with your current family dynamic.
Steps to take to ensure what you want happens after you pass away
99% of people will become a widow or widower at some point in their life, so financial preparation will be helpful during this emotional time.
In this episode, Larry Heller guides you around ways to make financial planning easier during this major life transition by revealing key steps you’ll want to incorporate into your financial planning should you become widowed. Plus, he explains why financial discussions between spouses are important, especially in the later years of life.
Concepts to include in your financial plan for when you become a widow or widower
How tax situations may shift when one spouse becomes widowed
The potential shift in insurance coverage as a widow or widower
How editing a will after one partner has passed may be required
Getting divorced later in life can be more complicated than you may anticipate. Have you considered how your retirement plan will be impacted if you and your spouse separate?
In this episode, Larry Heller, CFP®, explains how divorce later on in life can impact your retirement planning, and what steps you can take when going through the divorce process. He also shares how you can gain more control over what happens to your investments and assets during a divorce.
Why it is important to determine who is the non-financial spouse
Why your housing costs can have a significant impact on your retirement plan
Why it’s helpful to know what your living expenses and income is prior to divorce
The importance of knowing the rules of Social Security if you’re divorced