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Podcast: Death of a Spouse and the Impact on Your Financial Plan


Strategies for managing the financial aspects of your spouse’s estate

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Joe Sicchitano, Head of Financial Planning, SunTrust Bank and SunTrust Investment Services, provides guidance on making financial decisions related to a spouse’s recent passing.

At a time when you should be focused on grieving, you often need to make important decisions regarding your spouse’s estate. Joe Sicchitano, Head of Financial Planning, SunTrust Bank and SunTrust Investment Services, provides advice on how to make the best financial decisions for yourself and loved ones in the months after a spouse’s death.


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