Retiring: New Widows Have Another Concern: Their Finances
David A. Littell
Since her husband died in November 2013, Janice M. Eiler, 58, has been juggling a life without his income as well as his companionship, even as she struggles to save enough money so she can retire comfortably in a decade.
Like many widows, Ms. Eiler, a workers’ compensation claims analyst in Salem, Ore., is finding that she is more vulnerable financially.
Olson, Elizabeth, "Retiring: New Widows Have Another Concern: Their Finances" (2015). In the News. 111.