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Pre-Arranged Funerals: Pros and Cons

No one enjoys planning a funeral, but it’s a reality that many have to face. However, if you make funeral pre-arrangements for yourself or a loved one, you could relieve some of the stress that would otherwise affect you and your family if you waited. In fact, according to a survey by AARP, one in […]

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9 Steps You can Take to Care for Children of Divorce

In the United States, there are approximately 827,000 divorces every year. And in many of those instances, children are involved. As parents, it’s up to you and your former spouse to keep your children safe and remind them that they are loved throughout this whole process. Consider that you must determine child custody, parenting access […]

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Planning Your Own Funeral: What NOT to Do

Planning your own funeral may seem morbid, but it can actually be beneficial in a number of ways. You can alleviate the financial burden left to your family once you’re gone and you can ensure your final wishes are met. But planning a funeral can be complex and overwhelming, especially when it’s your own. So […]

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How You Can Make Your Rental Property Work For You

  Much has changed regarding the real estate market over the past couple of decades. While many were once eager to become homeowners, lots of Americans — especially the younger generations — would prefer to rent long-term rather than buy. An estimated 65% of households led by people 35 were renting in 2016, rising from […]

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3 Simple Steps to Help You Plan a Memorial Service

When a loved one passes away, you may find yourself responsible for planning the funeral or memorial service. But if you’ve never planned one before, you may find yourself wondering how to plan a memorial service. So to help make this difficult process a little easier, here are a few simple steps to follow. Consider […]

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