Posted on September 11, 2018 at 6:00 am
You’re never too young or too old to prepare for your future.
No matter your age, you can start planning for your retirement years now, and if you’re already retired, this is a great time brush up on your knowledge of downsizing, financial planning, long-term care, care management, Medicare and Medicaid, and Social Security.
The Plan Well, Age Well series explores issues related to retirement and aging with the Spokane Elder Resource Team, also known as SERT. Learn more about SERT on their website at https://www.facebook.com/elderteamspokane/.
Plan Well, Age Well classes are offered at no charge. We hope to see you there!
Family Dynamics & Care Management
Don’t let planning for the last part of your life get swept under the rug until a crisis, or you may suddenly be operating under duress. Becky Tiller of Tiller Care Strategies and Gail Goeller, award-winning author of Coming of Age with Aging Parents, provide big picture strategies for all ages to prepare for their futures, limit the chaos, and achieve longer, healthy lives.
Tuesday, Sep 25, 1–2pm
Wednesday, Sep 26, 6–7pm
Long-Term Care Insurance Basics & Medicare Planning
Joel Ferris of Ferris Long Term Care Insurance provides an overview of long-term care planning. Dennis Fletcher of Fletcher Financial shares an overview of Medicare planning with special emphasis on Medicare Open Enrollment.
Tuesday, Oct 2, 1–2pm
Wednesday, Oct 3, 6–7pm
Prepare for a Secure Financial Future
Daria Brown, CPA for Fruci & Associates, discusses new tax law changes as well as Social Security planning. Dustin Allbery, Independent Financial Planner, discusses how to have a well-balanced financial plan that features both proper asset accumulation and protection tactics.
Tuesday, Oct 9, 1–2pm
Wednesday, Oct 10, 6–7pm
Home Downsizing & Medicaid Strategies
Kathy Bryant, EXL Realty Senior Residential Specialist, discusses the need to plan for senior living, including downsizing and moving. Lynn St Louis, Elder Law Group PLLC Managing Partner, reviews elder law planning essentials and the importance of having a Medicaid strategy through proper estate planning.
Tuesday, Oct 16, 1–2pm
Wednesday, Oct 17, 6–7pm
Washington State Legal Forms from Gale
Find common legal forms related to real estate, power of attorney, wills & estates, and more at no charge. Access this valuable resource at www.scld.org/legal-forms.
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