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Care planning should be a two-prong approach

National Health Care Decision Day is just behind us for the year. While April 16 has passed, that isn't an excuse to wait until next year to take care of advanced care planning. When you are deciding how you will handle potential end-of-life decisions, you should make sure that you not only put your wishes in writing but that you also speak to your loved ones about those wishes. This two-prong approach to care planning serves several purposes.

Including advance health care directives in your estate plan

Most people use the terms “will” and “estate plan” interchangeably, but a will is just one of the important documents included in a comprehensive estate plan. As the Baby Boomer generation ages and nears retirement, there has been a growing awareness about planning for medical care and making important medical decisions near the end of life.

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