It’s time for another adventure of Captain Klutz, also known as your country lawyer. I visited with you about this before, and here it comes again. As I age, I seem to get clumsier and I never cease to surprise myself about how inattentive I can be because, after all, the root of my claim to be a maladroit, careless, bungler, well … I’m just not paying close enough attention to what I’m doing.
“Terminator Genisys” is one of the most confusing movies I’ve seen in a long time, or at least since “Interstellar.” If I assigned pushpins to the events of this movie, put those pins on a bulletin board, and tried connecting them with string in order to follow them, I would wind up with a spherical ball of string. This is a movie that features time travel, multiple timelines and lots of changes to the past that make for even more changes in the future.
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?