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Aging in Place: Retirement Planning for Home Care Costs

Posted by Leslie L. Horgan | Client Service Specialist

February 20, 2018

In the context of retirement planning, most people are naturally drawn to talking about travel, hobbies, grandchildren, and leisure activities. And for good reason – that’s what retirement is supposed to be all about! 

There is a necessary distinction between retirement and retirement planning, however. Planning must go beyond the ‘fun’ items and consider all expenses we may incur over time and throughout life. One of those expenses – and a major one – is the cost of health and home care later in life.   

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