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How to financially prepare for your death while you're young

Broaching the topic of your own death may seem morbid if you're in your 20s or 30s. However, estate planning at a young age can help your loved ones avoid the additional worry of dealing with your personal finances after death.

Time to take away the financial keys?

Adult children have little knowledge about their parents' finances. Here are seven ways to take charge when it's time.

How to take care of aging parents and yourself

Taking care of aging parents can often take a toll, emotionally and financially. Learn what women can do to help ensure their own well-being while they care for someone else.

Digitizing your documents

Simply knowing you've got safe, secure digital copies of all your important documents can afford you invaluable peace of mind. Learn more about FidSafe.

Secure your future with these steps

Include these four steps in your financial plan to help yourself secure your finanical future.

Good will writing: 5 simple steps to plan for the unexpected

Writing a will isn't an activity reserved for the elderly. Doing the prep work now can help you make sure your loved ones are taken care of much later in life.

Having the financial talk

The finance talk is almost as awkward as that other talk you had with your parents. Get the details on how it may go down.
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