Living Better, October 23, 2019 – As we approach middle age and retirement, our thoughts often turn to financial planning: ensuring that our life insurance, pension, 401(k), and/or social security budget is in order. When an individual experiences an unexpected and life-threatening disease, however, even the best-laid financial plans can go awry. A cancer diagnosis or encounter with another advanced-stage illness can be financially draining. Indeed, “average costs for [cancer] treatment run in the $150,000 range,” reports AARP.
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