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Although retirement and legacy planning may seem like two separate processes, they go hand in hand. Think of them as a hopeful beginning to a new stage of life after a long career. You not only want to prepare for any healthcare issues that pop up but also leave something to the next generation.

Roughly 10,000 baby boomers turn 65 every day. This puts additional strain on stretched government resources like Social Security and Medicare. And, with one-third of Americans uneducated about retirement and estate planning, a significant number of people won’t have adequate retirement savings or enough money to leave to surviving family members.

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