Join Reshma Kapadia, associate editor at Barron's, and Carolyn McClanahan, founder of Life Planning Partners, to discuss what health care provisions could survive Congressional wrangling and how to plan for aging in place and home health care.

Tue, Oct 26, 2021 · 12:00 PM Eastern Time (US & Canada) (GMT -4:00)
Reshma Kapadia
Associate Editor, Barron's
Reshma Kapadia is an associate editor at Barron's, where she has been writing about investing, retirement, and emerging markets since 2012. Before that, she covered a range of corporate and financial news for SmartMoney magazine, Reuters, and Bridge News.
Carolyn McCLanahan
Founder, Life Planning Partners, Inc.
Carolyn McClanahan, M.D., CFP® is a physician and financial planner. She is the founder of Life Planning Partners, Inc., a comprehensive fee only financial planning company.

In addition to working in her financial life planning practice, Dr. McClanahan provides education to financial planners and health care professionals on the interplay between health and financial issues, particularly regarding insurability, aging issues, end of life, health care costs, and health care reform. She writes for Forbes, CNBC, and Advisor’s Perspective covering intersections of money and medicine.

Dr. McClanahan is a member of the National Association of Personal Financial Advisors (NAPFA,) the Financial Planning Association, and the American Academy of Family Physicians. She was named a Woman to Watch and an Innovator by Investment News. She is quoted regularly in numerous publications and has also appeared on CNBC, Hardball, AC360, and NPR.