How widows can avoid a cash crunch after the death of a spouse by planning ahead
Theodore T. Kurlowicz
When a spouse dies, the surviving spouse is likely to be a widow in a cash crunch. Twice as many women face the death of a spouse -- widows comprise nearly 8 percent of the population, while 3.5 percent are widowers, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
Phipps, Jennie L., "How widows can avoid a cash crunch after the death of a spouse by planning ahead" (2017). In the News. 1935.