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How to Plan for the Unforeseen

November 17, 2017

From The New York Times website

Even thinking about an unexpected, life-changing event can be unsettling. But death or illness can happen at any time.

Unfortunately, people do not plan for such events. And statistically, most younger people could go years without planning and not really worry.

Of course, the unexpected does happen, and without proper planning, the consequences can be magnified. So what does it take to get people to lay out their wishes concerning their finances, health care and possessions, plus any emotional messages, to loved ones? A lot, advisers said, but persistent nudging does work.

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