Retirement is a long-awaited event for many of us, but once you decide to retire,
you will need to make many significant decisions such as:
- How and when to replace workplace health coverage plans with health coverage from other sources such as Medicare, retiree health plans, Veterans health care and Affordable Health Care Act programs
- What factors affect the amount of taxes you will have to pay and claiming the exemptions from income, property, and other taxes available to retired taxpayers
- How to manage your debt, expenses and housing
- Arrangements for your estate planning, for alternative decision-maker appointments, and for health and end-of-life care directions for the time of your incapacity and death
If you're interested in ARAG legal plan services, you can reach out to them directly at: Service@ARAGgroup.com for additional information.
As always, the publication of this post does not create an attorney-client relationship. Nor can the posting be considered “advice” as every situation needs to be evaluated according to its own facts. These posts are intended as informational only and you should always contact an attorney licensed in your state for information about your specific situation.