Haleh Moddasser Interviewed by AARP

Later in Life Money Fights – A Harris Interactive poll revealed that fights about money are in fact more prevalent among older couples: More than one-third of couples ages 55 to 64 admitted that finances led to dustups with their spouses, compared with only 15 percent of married 18- to 34-year-olds. Part of the problem, financial advisers say, is that people don’t plan for what will happen after the “accumulation” phase of life, and they can’t agree on how to actually spend their money as retirement approaches. Or one spouse may be unprepared for the swell of emotion surrounding something such as selling the family home. Read on to learn how to resolve your toughest dough dilemmas … together.  Full article at AARP.org.