Article preview: When planning for later life, there are many important factors to consider. Having enough money to get you through retirement is often at the top of the list. Living a retirement packed with purpose and meaning is something our clients also tell us is important. When it comes to planning for later life, you need to consider the legal aspects of retirement planning as well as the financial and lifestyle factors. One particularly difficult issue to consider is who will take responsibility for making your financial and healthcare decisions, should you no longer be able to make these for yourself.
Putting off this important retirement planning decision due to lack of trust in family members
This 740 word blog post explores a reluctance to put in place a lasting power of attorney due to a lack of trust in family members to manage personal finances. Includes an expert comment from James Antoniou, Head of Wills at the Co-op. Written on 19th February 2019.
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