In September of 2010, life was the epitome of “normal” for me. My parents were 85 years old and living all of 7 minutes away from my house. They had been there 7 years and it had been a great opportunity for them to spend time with my kids during their teenage years. In fact, my father (a WWII veteran) who had left school early to join the war effort was able to get his high school diploma with my oldest daughter in 2007.
My parents were starting to slow down a little, but based on their age, I thought they were doing really well. My biggest concerns at the time were getting my dad to drive less often as I was getting concerned about his driving; and also setting up a scenario that in the case of an emergency, I would be able to access their bank and help them out. The former wasn’t happening, but fortunately the latter did.
Then came October.
If you want to hear what happens next, you will need to join us tomorrow for my FREE teleconference. It will be recorded so you don’t even need to be there live. Crisis comes in many forms, and it comes both professionally and personally. This is a personal one that has huge emotional and financial implications. If you’re between 40 and 70 years old, you need to hear this. It might be your parents, your spouses parents, or any family or friend in your life. Knowledge is power and my personal experience will provide you guidance and clarity.
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