In the second half of life, most of us will need to have an ongoing income. But we don’t necessarily need to keep working the same job we’ve been working at. In fact, we may not have to work a job as someone else’s employee at all. The new revolution for Boomers and Seniors is finding what we love or what we’re really good at and learning how to make money doing it. Get some insights right here.
We all put things off. Sure, we have good intentions, but we just can’t get everything done that we’d like. But there are some things that are more timely and critical than others. Taking care of your estate matters – financial and healthcare decisions –needs to have high priority. If we die without leaving our plans and preferences in legal documents, our loved ones will be given a big burden! Here’s what you need to know – and do!
What will your life look like 5 or 10 years from now? Well, that will depend on what you want it to look like, and even more importantly, what you decide and do now to make it actually be that way. We are wise to pause for a bit, learn what we actually can do, and create our future reality with solid values and effective planning.
How do you want things to be handled after you leave this earth? Do you have family, assets, and stuff? The only way to make sure your wishes and good intentions are followed is by taking care of it ahead of time. No guessing games, no do-overs, no “he said-she said”. When it’s over, it’s over! We all need to be decisive and diligent about being good stewards of what God has entrusted to us. Here’s why…and how.
Americans are living longer these days, and need to plan accordingly. One way to protect your assets and your family is with Long Term Care Insurance. What exactly is it? How does it work? What does it cover? How much does it cost? And what happens if you don’t have it? These are the things you need to know when considering this question: is Long Term Care Insurance right for you? This show gives you some information and insights as you deal with that important question.