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Preparing In Case Of Disability: Long Term

If You Are Not Working And Are On Your Own

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If you're not working, and are on your own, if you have enough assets to see you through the rest of your life, including access to health care, then there's no need for planning. However, for the rest of us (and even wealthy people who want to retain their assets), consider going to work for an organization that at least provides excellent health insurance benefits. If you can also get health insurance and long term disability insurance through work, so much the better.

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