Something BIG Could Be Missing from Your Retirement Plan

About 70% of people who reach age 65 could potentially need long-term care at some point in their lives, and it can easily cost $100,000 a year. You need a plan in place, just in case. Here are seven ways to pay for it.

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Congratulations! You’ve done a great job: You’ve saved, you’ve planned, you’ve checked your to-do list twice. And now, as you complete your last day on the job, it’s finally time to retire and do all the things you’ve dreamed about for years.

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Linda Gardner, Independent Investment Adviser Representative
Co-Founder, Blue Heron Capital LLC

Linda L. Gardner is the co-founder of Blue Heron Capital LLC and an Independent Investment Adviser Representative. She hosts a weekly radio show: "Your Money Your Retirement." Her focus is on comprehensive retirement planning.