E173 Essential Retirement Planning for Solo Agers with Sara Geber (Part 2)
Talking “Essential Retirement Planning for Solo Agers” with Sara Zeff Geber. In part 2, we cover:
- The importance of social networks for Solo Agers, and
- Who can Solo Agers choose as their Executors, Guardians, and Custodians?
The importance of social networks for Solo Agers
Solo Agers MUST avoid isolation. Well-established that isolation will lead to mental and physical decline, including high blood pressure, heart disease, and early onset dementia.
In the suburbs, one of the key triggers is giving up your driver’s license. This one change can result in a big shift towards isolation.
Unless your area boasts good public transportation, or other options (such as Uber or Lyft).
Solo Agers MUST develop a deep social network. Sara believes this is best through your living environment, or local organizations. Hard to find these in the suburbs.
Who can Solo Agers choose as their Executors, Guardians, and Custodians?
Sara was intrigued to learn about me and my work as a professional executor. Apparently, there’s a high demand among Solo Agers for my services. I’m here to help!
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