Life Stage: End of Life Planning

After adhering to a solid financial plan your whole life, your estate is secure and you can cover your own costs, including any long-term care. When the end comes, you’ll have dignity and confidence, knowing you won’t be a financial burden to your children, and that their last memories of you will be happy ones. This requires end of life planning.

Here are some of the concerns worth talking about at this life stage:

• Updating a living will
• Issuing healthcare directives
• Evaluating assisted living
• Paying for long-term care
• Enabling power of attorney

Interested in learning more? Call McRae Capital to set up a free consultation today, at (973) 387-1080.