PGR wrote:I've often seen posted on this forum that spouses should consider managing their respective portfolios from a somewhat 'unified' perspective. (e.g. same/similar allocation plan for combined funds, etc...)
What if two spouses have a somewhat notable age difference? Say more than 10 years? Would that be a scenario to treat each portfolio with somewhat different or unique allocation plans, etc?
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