Whether you’re in your 20s or 60s, estate planning will give you control over financial and medical decisions.
Starting when you’re 18 and changing as you progress through life, be sure to review your estate plans throughout your life.(GETTY IMAGES)
Estate planning isn’t just for rich people; it’s an opportunity for people of any age to control who will inherit their money and property, and to decide who can make medical and financial decisions on their behalf if they’re unable to do so themselves. You need to make a lot of estate-planning decisions when you get older, but even young people just starting out should have some key documents to make their wishes known if anything happens to them. And the coronavirus pandemic is making more people realize the importance of being prepared for the unexpected at any age.
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