You never know exactly what's going to happen down the road, but you can take steps to protect your health.
Put your money to work to meet your mid- and long-term goals.
Ensure you have the protection you need, when you need it.
Put a plan in place for what to do if your home floods or a tornado strikes.
Write down your wishes for your care in a health care directive.
Plan how to finance long term care and you will have more options about the type of care you and your loved ones receive.
Make sure you know to whom your property is going.
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Estate Planning — Access Minnesota — Listen as Marlene Stum, Professor in the Department of Family Social Science at the University of Minnesota, discusses why so many adults avoid planning end of life decisions and what to expect when making a will.
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