Tag: financial planning

Preparing for Long-Term Care: Four Options to Ponder

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Hope for the best but prepare for the worst—that adage certainly rings true when planning for potential long-term care needs. After all, those turning 65 today have almost a 70 percent chance of needing some type of professional help with the daily activities of living. And the cost of long-term care can quickly add up…. Read more »

How Your Children Can Help You Make Your Decisions

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In the many conversations I have with today’s seniors, there is a sense of role reversal when life begins to change. Adult children, however, can be one of the most significant resources in proactively planning for your future. They are the best “sounding board” you could have as you begin to explore the available options…. Read more »

Financial Stability for Future Care

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The importance of financial planning for your future cannot be overstated. But how do you know you’re making the right choices to ensure stability? Wealth Management Advisor Al Waldrop provides valuable insights into financial planning as you consider what’s next for your future. Why is planning so important for you and your clients? Financial Planning,… Read more »

Are You on the “My Kids will Take Care of Me” Plan?

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An article published by Forbes addressed the topic of who will be there to take care of childless Boomers. Yes, it is a concern with that group, but it’s also something that couples with children should think about very carefully. Pew Research states that 47% of 49-59 year old adults are “sandwiched” between caring for… Read more »