Death Is Inevitable. Financial Turmoil Afterward Isn’t. John F. Wasik wrote this article for The New York Times.
“Most of us do not even want to contemplate the death of a spouse or partner — much less the prospect of having to take care of the financial end of such a loss while still grieving.
There are, however, plenty of details that people can attend to in advance that can avoid some measure of stress when the time comes. Most people tend to ignore or procrastinate over such tasks — for obvious reasons — but planning can certainly ease some avoidable financial sorrows…”
Read the full article here and contact us if you would to put some of these measures in place: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/01/13/your-money/estate-planning-early.html?ribbon-ad-idx=5&rref=your-money&_r=1
And Then What Happens?
Seth Godin nails it again. It’s a short but inspiring read.
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