Latest update: March 27th, 2012
Most of us tend to accumulate various memorabilia in substantial amounts over a lifetime, what with furniture, furnishings, paintings, photographs, knickknacks of all sorts, etc.
Nobody likes to focus on the “end of the line,” but preparedness does not have to mean that the end is imminent. It is just a matter of serious consideration for the future (after 120) and the peace of mind that comes with knowing that one’s children will be left feeling cared about.
Thank you for sharing your thoughts, which are sure to open up the hearts and wallets of many.
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