Join Attorney-CPA Joe Cordell as he explores a crucial aspect of retirement planning that often goes overlooked – preparing for the decline. In this episode, Mr. Cordell delves into an article written by Karen and Stephen Kreider Yoder. In their real-life experience pair were abruptly reminded that retirement won’t always be about carefree living. Their vacation accident in Tunisia served as a stark wake-up call.
In retirement, there are the “go-go” years of adventurous exploration, followed by the “slow-go” years when health issues may start to arise, and finally, the “no-go” years when physical limitations can impact our plans. Mr. Cordell discusses how to approach each stage of retirement realistically and responsibly.
Discover valuable advice on setting priorities, crafting contingency plans, and finding a balance between seizing the moment and preparing for the future. Whether you’re already retired, planning for retirement, or simply curious about navigating life’s unpredictable journey, this episode offers thoughtful perspectives to help you make the most of your retirement years.
Read the article: https://www.wsj.com/articles/retirement-health-money-planning-illness-698b5484
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