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Why You Might Want to Keep Your Life Insurance in Retirement

One of the questions I often get from clients who are planning on retiring is whether they should maintain their life insurance. Normally, one might think that that they do not need life insurance in retirement because life insurance is designed to protect against financial loss, and if you have enough money to retire, why would you need it? But, in certain situations, there are good and valid reasons to continue your life insurance during your retirement:

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Deciding to Age in Place – Or Not

Retirees are individuals, not a homogenized demographic. But there is one issue that galvanizes them. The great majority of retirees, no matter what their age, want to live out their lives in their homes.

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Where Am I Going to Live Now That I’m Retired?

A really important part of your retirement vision is deciding WHERE you are going to live. Housing can be one of those decisions that is really difficult to “get right.” Once you’re retired, and no longer tied to your current home or town by your job, the possibilities can seem endless – and feel overwhelming! Getting this decision wrong can be expensive.

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Budgeting For Travel – Now and Later

Whether it’s palm trees, museums or shooting the rapids, travel continues to be a popular pastime for retirees. While the scenery may change from year to year or season to season, one thing never changes: travel can be expensive. Planning ahead and traveling in the off season can save.

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What’s the best way to handle company stock without getting killed by taxes?

Company stock, especially if it was awarded as part of a long term incentive package, can be a terrific way to build wealth. But it can be a double-edged sword, too. Over-concentration in a single stock probably represents one of the biggest mistakes we have seen retirees make. And when the stock is from the company where they built their career, they may have a strong emotional attachment that can cloud judgement.

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Setting aside funds to cover future health expenses

The old saying used to be that you could only count on two things: death and taxes. Today, we need to amend that include a third constant: the rising cost of healthcare. For some time now, medical costs have increased at a pace that exceeds inflation. No one is predicting a change in that pattern.

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