who or whom
which is correct in this sentence?
Whatever you choose to do, I wish you and your wife, whom I believe is also retiring about this same time, many happy years ahead.
Your punctuation is wanting. You need a comma after you so that you make it clear that you are referring to the wife, who is retiring at the same time. Also, the general rule is that whom is never the subject of a verb, but who is always the subject of a verb.
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