The Cost of Health: Planning for the Economics of Aging

May 13, 2024
The Montrealer

In her latest article with The Montrealer, Lynn MacNeil, Portfolio Manager, Investment Advisor at Richardson Wealth, writes about why advisors should factor in the cost of aging for their clients’ financial future.

“…having a ‘cost of aging’ adjustment built into your financial or retirement plan can provide you greater freedom – freedom to choose better and broader alternatives to health and wellness as you face the inevitable challenges.”

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