Sometimes life throws you a curveball. Family emergencies, divorce, and even identity theft can hit when you least expect it. While we can't help you avoid all of life's curveballs, we can assist you with your finances when the unexpected happens.
These articles and tools provide general information and specific steps to help you through a crisis.1
Experiencing a family emergency can be hard, especially when you need to get back home to the States.
Divorce can lead to significant life changes that can be especially difficult when overseas.
Becoming the target of identity theft and sorting through the mess can be especially difficult when you are overseas. Here's what you can do if you experience Identity Theft:
1 The information presented is not tax, legal, or estate planning advice. Consult with your tax, legal, or estate planning professional regarding your specific situation.
For each life event listed below, create an action plan to help prepare for each situation. Keep in mind that these life events are unexpected so you'll have to anticipate the possibilities to prepare as best as you can. Use the calculators and worksheets we've provided to anticipate the best solutions.
After 3 months, review each action plan:
Staying alert to the possibilities of these life-changing events can help prevent negative financial impact.