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On today’s Intelligent Money Minute, we’ll interview Kathleen Rehl on not being a financial purse for suitors. In an attempt to find new love, widows can fall prey to greedy suitors. Suitors who are more interested in a widow’s purse than them as a person. During this episode, Kathleen provides insight and tips on how to avoid being a purse to potential suitors.
At Intelligent Investing, we believe communication is important, and we strive to be a liaison between family members such as spouses, or parents and children. Kathleen mentioned how you don’t want to be financially scammed in a new relationship.
Some of our most popular blogs are the financial scam series we posted on our website. We talk about how to emotionally heal after being financially scammed, how to help others who have been financially scammed, and 11 ways to protect yourself from being financially scammed. You can find all of those on our blog page.
Please be sure to subscribe to our podcasts as we will be interviewing Kathleen on an upcoming podcast where she explains how to simply write a legacy letter to your family and friends. You will not want to miss it. You can purchase Kathleen’s book here.
Kathleen Rehl Bio
Kathleen M. Rehl, Ph.D., CFP®, CeFT® wrote the multi-award-winning book, Moving Forward on Your Own: A Financial Guidebook for Widows. Experiencing widowhood herself, Dr. Rehl empowers widows financially™ and inspires their advisors. Her work has been featured in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, AARP Bulletin, CNBC, USA Today, U.S. News & World Report, Journal of Financial Service Professionals, Journal of Financial Planning, and other publications. Rehl owned a financial planning firm for 17 years before retiring to her “encore” career. She walks an hour daily, practices yoga, enjoys art and music festivals, writes poetry and makes art, loves her grandsons . . . and continues to evolve on her journey.