There are few things in life as traumatizing as the death of a spouse.
Whether your spouse passes suddenly, in an accident, or suffers from a long-standing illness, it’s hard to face life without your companion and partner.
And one of the most difficult things to work through is the money.
When you lose a spouse, there are financial implications — especially if you aren’t the primary breadwinner.
While it isn’t pleasant to think about the loss of a spouse, the fact of the matter is that you need to consider the possibility, and come with a plan to ensure that your finances survive the blow.