2/27/2015 – Making Money Decisions When You Lose Your Job (The New York Times)

Mar 02, 2015 Comments Off by

The numbers are striking: About 1.7 million people, on average, lose their jobs every month.

Those figures represent little more than 1 percent of the work force, but they still underscore just how many people face the sort of upheaval that accompanies the loss of a job or a forced retirement. Beyond the emotional toll, many individuals agonize over potentially life-altering financial decisions, including how best to manage any money they may be going out the door with.

Read the full article at The New York Times.

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