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After graduating high school or college and starting work, and then maybe having kids, the biggest milestone in your life in your later years will be starting retirement. It is a time of big change, especially with how your finances work. It is essentially a complete reverse of what you’ve been doing for the last 40 years. So here are some tips to get ready for retirement.
You should also make sure that you have plans in place should you need some type of long term care, and your family should know what your wishes are if that time should come. You should also have powers of attorney setup if needed.