The research found that staying in your full time role until at least age 67 can help to protect you against cognitive impairment such as that caused by Alzheimer’s. Researchers looked at data pulled from the United States from more than 20,000
Americans between the ages of 55 and 75. The study indicates that there may be unintended consequences but positive ones of postponed retirement. You might also be able to pad your retirement accounts and develop passive income strains by staying in the labor market longer than you intended.
These important considerations should all be woven into the strategic plan for your estate plan and your retirement plan. The support of an experienced and dedicated lawyer can help you to identify your next steps and how to use your goal and legacy plans to accomplish your individual strategies and plans.
The support of an experienced lawyer is instrumental in helping you answer these important questions and to craft a custom holistic estate plan.