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How to prepare financially for your death (no matter how young you are)

January 31, 2017

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A year after co-founding Everplans, an online estate and legacy planning website, in 2012, Abby Schneiderman experienced firsthand why end-of-life planning is important: Her 51-year-old brother died in a car accident.

“It was a disaster compounded by the fact that we had no idea of what he wanted or what he wanted us to do,” she says. “It left my family in a nightmare situation of having to track things down in a short period.”

Whether young or old, with a lot or little to leave behind, there are things you can do now to make it easier on your family in case you die or are too ill or injured to speak for yourself.

Follow these steps to financially prepare

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