When it comes to planning for a safe and secure retirement, long-term care remains a confusing and unaddressed challenge to many people’s financial security. While many understand the basic idea that retirees may need long-term care, planning for it is often overlooked. But, if you live beyond the age of 65, there’s a good chance you will need some level of long-term care – about 70 percent of people over 65 require some services, and the likelihood of needing care increases as you become older.
In this webinar, Bautis Financial Wealth Advisor John Williams covers:
- What long-term care planning is, and the six everyday activities that are referred to as the “6 Basic Activities of Daily Living.”
- Common misconceptions about long-term planning, and reasons why people put off planning for long-term care.
- The costs and risks associated with not planning for long-term care.
- Four keys to gaining financial security through planning for long-term care.