LifePlanning: A Better Retirement Planning Option for Our Times

Rajiv Nagaich
January 16, 2021 from 8:45 am to 11:30 am

If success in retirement planning is to avoid institutional care, not become a burden to family, and have financial security for the long haul, then the data suggests that we have a long ways to go. Only 30% of the aging population get to age in their own home, 70% of the population will use long Term Care (LTC) services, only 6 in 10 boomers have any retirement savings, and 60% of adults do not have a last will/testament. At AgingOptions, our goal is to help retirees age in place, protect assets, and avoid becoming a burden to others.

ABOUT THE PRESENTER

Rajiv Nagaich is an elder law attorney, author, frequent guest lecturer and adjunct professor. He is focused on changing the way America plans for and navigates through the retirement years. Rajiv realized that the typical retirement planning process was uncoordinated with unknowns that are realized in times of crises when it is usually late. Rajiv developed a better retirement planning system referred to as LifePlanning. It is a multidisciplinary plan inclusive of health, housing, financial, and legal affairs, and includes those impacted by the life of the retiree. The LifePlanning philosophy is to help people plan their lives so they may avoid institutional care, minimize burdens on loved ones, and protect assets in retirement. Rajiv hosts a syndicated weekly radio show dedicated to discussing issues about retirement. He is nationally recognized for his pioneering work with seniors for which he was inducted as a Fellow of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys in 2014, becoming one of a small group of attorneys to receive this distinction. He received his J.D. from Seattle University, and L.L.M. from University of Washington.


Attend this seminar to learn:

  • why traditional retirement planning has 70% failure rate
  • how LifePlanning is a better planning option in current times
  • how to use planning tools for a better outcome
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