BOCA RATON, Fla. -- After Kathleen Rehl’s husband died in 2007, the fact that she was a Certified Financial Planner did not save her from the financial confusion that affects most widows.

“I thought I was going crazy. I couldn’t remember where I put my car keys,” Rehl said. “All of a sudden, I am frightened about my own money.”

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