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Planning the rest of your life
Health care, living situations, end-of-life decisions. Address them now so you can focus on living your life.
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General Dwight Eisenhower once said that plans are nothing, but planning is everything. This sage advice from the man who orchestrated the largest military invasion in history can apply to your life too. His point was that life happens and things change, but you always need to work toward your goal.
For many older men, this means addressing some unpleasant realities like advancing age, financial challenges, and yes, even death.
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