Our New Planning Sections Make It Even Easier To Find The Info You Need
We’ve combed the depths of our content to make sure it’s organized in a way that makes the most sense.
We’re always trying to make planning as easy and accessible as possible. As part of this ongoing effort, we created new Planning Categories to broaden our areas of coverage and help you better find the information you need (as well as information you didn’t even know you needed).
We’ve also completely revamped some of our existing sections to make them more specific and useful.
The New Additions
Useful resources to help you understand all the medical decisions you need to make and tips on staying healthy.
This is the story of your life. How do you want to tell it? Use our resources, tips, and articles for guidance and inspiration.
Covering the entire money spectrum including financial planning, accounts, investments, assets, insurance, benefits, pensions, and more.
Planning resources and tips to help everyone understand legal matters surrounding Wills, Power Of Attorney documents, Trusts, and more.
From your family and friends, to your home and vehicles, to your employment history and IDs, this covers all the stuff that makes you you.
Take a deep breath and check out some of these resources, tips, and life lessons to get fired up and inspired.
Dogs, cats, horses, fish, reptiles, rodents, and any other big or little critter that makes you talk like a baby.
The Upgraded Guys
Whether you're pre-planning your own funeral, or you need to plan a funeral for the recently deceased, here's what you need to know.
The customary code of appropriate funeral behavior; adhering to these suggestions is respectful during a difficult and emotional time.
Resources for those dealing with the natural emotions a person experiences after the death.
Resources and tips for those who are tasked with managing a loved one's estate.
All of your assets that are in digital form, which includes online accounts, social media profiles, music, photos, cat videos…
Aging (formerly known as Eldercare)
It’s never too early to think about how and where you want to live when you’re older.
When you can’t make health decisions for yourself, this is the north star that guides your loved ones and doctors in the right direction.
In movies and TV people always plot intricate murders to get this. It’s rarely that exciting but sometimes being boring is a good thing.
Who gets your kids? Who gets your stuff? The answers to these questions and more are on the other end of these clicks.
A POA, as people in the know say, is someone you pick to speak for you, legally and financially, when you can’t speak for yourself.
Set up Trusts to minimize estate taxes, avoid Probate, and seamlessly transfer assets to your heirs.
This legal document from a doctor simply says you don't want to be resuscitated.