Are you a health care worker, or do you have a loved one who is? Then this episode is for you.
Health care workers are very special, and we all owe them our gratitude for the work they do, but it’s important, especially now, that they do not allow their instinct to help others get in the way of supporting themselves.
Statistics are showing that there is an alarmingly high rate of COVID-19 cases among health care workers in some locations. We just don’t have enough data to know why that is. But, it’s clear that health care workers are getting sick, and they need to be prepared.
Join me as I triage your estate plan – breaking down the components needed to keep you and your family safe during this mega-crisis and beyond.
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