Jeff Maurer Quoted in The New York Times on Managing Alzheimer’s Costs
Evercore Wealth Management CEO Jeff Maurer told The New York Times that preparing for the possibility of becoming incapacitated by illness is a test of managing expectations around the unexpected.
“My major concern for clients, friends and family, for myself, is what is the likelihood, if one were a gambling person, that I’m going to outlive my current cognitive abilities?” he said. The answer determines what protections people should put in place.
The article, How to Plan for the Unforeseen, can be read here.
To view a recent article by Jeff Maurer on planning for the costs associated with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia, please click here.
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