Suppose now you worked hard in your early years. You have saved and invested very hard to have enough money for retirement. You’re 45 with terrible illnesses. What’s next? - Seedly
 

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Asked on 22 Sep 2018

Suppose now you worked hard in your early years. You have saved and invested very hard to have enough money for retirement. You’re 45 with terrible illnesses. What’s next?

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  • You continue living your life and complete Your unfinished dreams
  • explore treatments available
  • sound Prayers for recovery
  • plan for your family’s future

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I think about this every night and I am only in my thirties.

The next best thing to do is to 1. seek treatment with the insurance you are covered under (if any), if not, is pointless to spend all ur money on treatments tt does make u well at all esp when you got dependants. 2. Spend more times with family and friends. Takes lot of video and pictures. 3. Make ur life meaningful By helping others so when you r gone, ppl will rmr u. 4. Do lot of good and is done w a positive attitude, good karma accumulated, good eating habit, good work out habit....Maybe....Just maybe miracle might happen.

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Nicholas Chan
Nicholas Chan
Level 5. Genius
Answered on 23 Sep 2018

What is money without health? Seek treatment obviously

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Good Day Every Day
Good Day Every Day
Level 6. Master
Answered on 23 Sep 2018

Treat your illness with the retirement money first and spend more time with your family members as family support is crucial for your recovery. Take care!

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Jay Liu
Jay Liu, Sleepyhead at Land of Dreams
Level 6. Master
Answered on 23 Sep 2018

I'll see the treatments available. While waiting for treatments I'll do everything I wanted to do even if it cost money.

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Yong Kah Hwee
Yong Kah Hwee
Level 6. Master
Answered on 23 Sep 2018

I'd look for treatments available. If there's even a small chance of me recovering, I'd take it. Meanwhile, spend time with your loved ones, as well as do the things you've always wanted to do

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HC Tang
HC Tang, Financial Enthusiast, Budgeting at The Society
Level 8. Wizard
Answered on 23 Sep 2018

First of all , I'm very sorry to hear that. I hope everythings getting better now.

On the other hand , the years of working hard had finally paid off. In the sense of ready to retire, means family taken care of , have enough $ to be self sufficient. So my thought is that , even though there's illnesses, try as much as possible to manage. Should have sufficient insurance to cover.

Meanwhile :

(1) Enjoy the best time with family and kids (if applicable) , go for holidays together if able to go away at least 1 or 2 weeks without treatment.

(2) something not so nice but it's necessary and responsblenfor everyone, get a will done, so that family(if any) is taken care off.

(3) if there's any treatment manageable physically and financially, go for it. The best gift anyone can give to you families or love one will always be your presence and time. So we do our best to survive and be around for them.

Finally, I would like to say, nothing is 100% certain in this world. Miracles can happen for anyone. With treatment, there might be many years to come.

There's many cancer patients recovered and live a good life still shows that ALL things are possible! If you do not give up hope !

All the best !

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Gabriel Lee
Gabriel Lee
Level 6. Master
Answered on 23 Sep 2018

Spend more time with your loved ones

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