No one likes to talk about death. So when it comes to estate planning, many people don't discuss it until it's too late, leaving loved ones burdened with a lifetime of personal belongings and financial information to sift through. And today in the digital age, they have to contend with an online presence as well. It can seem daunting, but fortunately there's help.
Inspired by personal experience, retirement consultant Jon Braddock has created Click Here When I Die, an irreverent guide to modern day Death Etiquette, to help you be thoughtfully prepared for your passing. He takes you through all you need to consider to ensure things are significantly easier for your loved ones: from wills and trusts to long term healthcare and funeral costs-as well as digital concerns like your online financial and social media accounts.
With Click Here When I Die, leaving a mess behind for your family and friends to deal with can be avoided. They can rest easy, and you can rest in peace.
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A Practical Guide to Help You Keep Your Financial Focus
More Americans are enjoying life well into their 80s and 90s, which means that if you retire in your 60s, you could be retired for 20 or 30 years. Will you have enough saved to support a 20+-year retirement?
Successful retirement planning takes careful planning in order to reach a precise destination. The sooner you start saving, the better. And it starts with a simple decision - make saving for your retirement as much of a priority as your routine expenses.