If You Lose It, Don’t Lose It: Financial Powers Of Attorney In A Covid-19 World

With the COVID-19 pandemic still affecting millions of Americans, it’s more important than ever for families, especially those with older members, to have a plan for what needs to happen if long-term care becomes necessary—and if a loved one becomes unable to make financial planning decisions for themselves.

Steve Parrish, co-director of the New York Life Center for Retirement Income, says financial Power of Attorney (POA) could be the difference between weathering the current storm or jeopardizing you and your loved ones’ well-being. Read more in his column from Forbes.

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