Many women end up managing their finances alone at some point in their lives. Unfortunately, the first time many of them get involved with financial matters is during a crisis, such as a spouse’s death or divorce.
We’ve prepared a list of thought-provoking questions that pertain to financial fitness and crisis preparedness. It will be time well spent to review this list, determine what you have already done and talk with your financial advisor about any issues that affect you and/or your family.
• Do I have a clear picture of where my assets are located?
Regardless of where you are in life, you probably have a vision of your future. The decisions you’ve made along the way and the priorities you define as a result of those decisions can help you achieve your most important goals, even as they — and your life — change. But with the uncertain economy and market conditions we’ve been experiencing, you may be asking yourself, “How am I doing?” or “Am I going to be okay?”
I shook his hand. I told him how much he meant to the state I love. I looked at him straight in the eyes — the eyes of one of the biggest liars ever — and thanked him for all he has done for my city.
I mean who wouldn’t.
At the time, no one realized — save a few friends and his victims — what he had done and I was not about to pass up the opportunity to shake the hand of one of my favorite all-time New Orleans Saints players.
But even when the rumors started spreading, I turned a blind eye and acted like nothing was happening.