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Three Key Things Your Retirement Plan Should Include

November 27, 2017

When putting together a retirement plan, it’s common to focus on how much your income you tend to generate before and during retirement and while this is an important detail, it’s not the only issue you’ll need to review carefully. You need to also incorporate tax planning, health care planning, and legacy planning. hire a NJ estate planning lawyer to make sure your estate and retirement plan work together

Tax planning is important because if you’re handing over too much of your income to the federal government, you’ll minimize what you can accomplish during retirement. Talking through options with a financial advisor is helpful and may allow you to get pointed in the right direction years in advance of retirement. Your next step should involve health care planning. Health care expenses are a crucial issue for many Americans but they are even more important for retirees.

Medical issues typically keep climbing and getting more expensive over time. Long term care is the most expensive and the biggest issue that most retirees may face and many of the costs associated with it will not be covered by Medicare. Having a plan including long term care insurance well in advance can assist you with navigating the complexities of these issues. Finally, if you have a family, there is a good chance that you intend to leave something behind for them after you pass away.

There are many different ways to structure an estate plan and different tools that you can use but all should be put together with the experience of a knowledgeable estate planning attorney. Understanding the various options available to you and the most appropriate way to pass on those assets is important. Do not hesitate to schedule a consultation with an experienced estate planning lawyer today.


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