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Wills & Funerals

Learn how to plan your funeral arrangements in advance so that your loved ones don't have to do it at a very vulnerable time.Helpful Guides and Links:
Letter of Final Wishes
Living Will Help
A Checklist of Things To Do After a Person Dies
Form Letter: Notifying the Credit Bureaus of a Death
Vanguard: Surviving Spouse Checklist
General Discussion forum
Resources & Contacts

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Why Having A Will Is Necessary

What are the odds you don't have a will? Best guess is that 50% of us don't have one. For some folks, that may be OK -- especially if they're single, have nothing, and own nothing. But if you do have kids, you need a will for the simple fact ...

Are POLST Forms The New Living Wills?

There's a new medical form you need to know about if you want to be sure that your end-of-life wishes will be honored. I was reading in The Wall Street Journal about the POLST form (physician orders for life-sustaining treatment). A study published in The Journal of the American Geriatrics ...

Easy, inexpensive willmaking--on your smartphone

Easy, inexpensive willmaking--on your smartphone

Do you have a will? Here's why you need one—and here's a low cost way to do one in seconds right from your smartphone!

3 simple money moves to make in 2014

As we prepare to welcome 2014, it's a great time to do a look-see ahead and make sure your finances are in order. Have you done these things yet? Shop for level term life insurance. Comparison shop at 1stOptionInsurance.com, AccuQuote.com, and Insure.com...or we have a handy tool for you  to ...

Owing bank fees -- after you die?

Owing bank fees -- after you die?

An ugly story in the L.A. Times reveal how some banks can eat you up with fees -- even AFTER you die! Clark explains.

Pre-paid funeral scams

Pre-paid funeral scams

One of the hottest areas of planning for your funeral is to pre-pay for the services. But here's why you might not want to do that…

Hazel Davis (left) helped save the life of fellow Middletown Senior Citizen Center member Anna Thier by giving her the Heimlich maneuver during lunch at the center.

Getting old is unaffordable

Around two-thirds of Americans over age 65 will need long-term care, either through at-home health care services in the home or an assisted living facility or nursing home. Yet more than 90 percent of those surveyed in the Genworth Financial "2013 Annual Cost of Care" report haven't talked about critical ...

Google creates new "digital will" service

Google creates new "digital will" service

What happens to your social accounts and passwords after you die? Google has a useful new tool that will help your family manage them.

Sandwich generation members need to save more than ever

If you have aging parents and kids you're still raising, then you're a member of the "sandwich generation." People in the sandwich generation tend to think of issues with aging parents revolving solely around physical well-being. Too often we fail to see that as parents age, their mental capacity may ...

Clark's No-Giftcard Gift Certificate

Clark can't stand gift cards! He'd rather you give cash so your friends and family never have to hassle with expiration dates, fees, limited choices or rules. Next time you give cash for a gift, print out the certificate below and wrap it around your cash gift. Have fun!   ...

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