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AARP The Other Talk: A Guide to Talking with Your Adult Children about the Rest of Your Life (Business Books) Paperback – September 3, 2013
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Silver Living Now Book Award • Silver National Mature Media Award • APEX Award • Washington Post Book of the Month • Wealth and Money Management Award • Bronze Independent Publisher Book Award • Foreword INDIEFAB Book of the Year Honorable Mention
“Useful in framing the conversation that you need to stop avoiding or putting off for another day.”
“It’s wise to have this ‘other’ talk as soon as you can.”
―New York Times
“This book walks the reader through how to start this important conversation and provides actionable information that ultimately serves to free families to focus on getting the most out of the rest of their time together."
―Journal of Financial Planning
“Midlife couples should take steps to seamlessly shift money responsibilities to their kids when the time comes. Here’s how.”
―NPR’s Next Avenue
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It then also allowed us to use the book and my family's talk as a springboard for my in-laws who, quite literally, had their safe deposit key hidden under a mattress. Now they're on their way to at least sharing where that key is hidden! Our goal is a family "talk" within this year for my husband's family too.
One thing that I took away from this book is the list of documents that you needed and getting them in order, something that I discussed with my father about a month ago (and it didn't go too well!). The Parent needs to have a few things in their information notebook: the will or trust, medical information ---DNR, durable healthcare power of attorney (who's going to be responsible for making your healthcare decisions when you are unable), living will, doctors, financial information, key documents, insurance information and where to find it, tax returns, banking information, proofs of Ownership, Investment/Pension/loan information, credit card information, valuable items info, and burial/funeral information. There is a lot more to this book than I could even begin to tell you, and I finished the book with still questions that I will have to find out answers for. Tim includes questions and concerns from study groups in the book, and I learned from those, too.