Written by Nathan Gehring
At KeatsConnelly, we’ve long helped our clients plan for the potential to live to age 99 and agree with planning for a life well beyond average life expectancy.
Many financial risks present themselves more fully from a longer than expected life. The risk of needing long-term care increases dramatically with age. Health care expenses are ever increasing. The need to stretch retirement assets increases. Planning for a long life is critical to good financial planning.
This article at the Financial Post does a great job highlighting many of the items we consider when we plan for our clients: