US News & World Report

Excerpt:  For as long as possible, do nothing. That is, don’t spend unusually large amounts of money. The last thing you want to do is blunder into an expensive purchase you can’t return and will soon regret. According to Dan White, a Philadelphia-area financial planner, “Many people move too quickly, acting on impulse and not giving themselves the time to think.” He says some of the issues you’ll need to think about include your current debt, your plans for retirement and what you want to do about taxes. This is the time, in any case, to process what has just happened to you.  See More

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