I teach an LSAT preparation class and get to talk to students all the time about how they performed on this standardized test. For those who do not know, the LSAT is a skills based entrance test for law schools. The test does not require you to have any previous knowledge other than basic reading skills. When talking to the students, they always state that if they had more time, they could ace the test. Each section of the LSAT must be completed in 35 minutes and you can only work on one section at a time. Time restraints they complain keep them from performing well.
This is true of end of life planning. Once you or your loved one has an event, you gave run out of time on many planning options. The sooner you start investing in your retirement, the more options you will have later on. Time will not run out on you.
Take the time today to start planning!