Planning for Trouble: Money and Estate Tips for Every Age

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Family money problemsPlanning for death, disability, or other personal tragedies is the last thing you may want to think about. Yet not planning for those contingencies can leave families dealing with highly tense issues at times when they're least able to handle the additional stress.

Many people put off doing estate planning on the grounds that it's too complicated. But it's not that difficult, and the right moves can save both you and your family a lot of trouble down the road.

Here are things to keep in mind for various stages in life.




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jess@aftersteps.com

Great article! Especially important to see how planning changes at each life stage. We created an easy-to-use planning software that allows customers to complete the steps outlined above, store that plan, and ensure it gets passed on to beneficiaries. Check out our planning service at http://www.aftersteps.com and get your affairs in order today.

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