- Series: Get It Together
- Paperback: 432 pages
- Publisher: NOLO; 7 edition (September 30, 2016)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1413323154
- ISBN-13: 978-1413323153
- Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 1.2 x 11 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 254 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,365 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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" Provides a guide to collecting and organizing important records, and how to store and protect them, for readers and their family members." Reference & Research Book News
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"Even with a will, the death of a loved one can leave family members without a detailed knowledge of the deceased's financial affairs. Their will, insurance policies, tax records, financial accounts, final arrangement wishes, even personal letters to loved ones can often be lost or dauntingly difficult to find. Intended for seniors and those facing a terminal illness as well as their children and caretakers, this book shows how to organize one’s personal papers in a manner which will make it easier for loved ones to find and be able to use in the handling of the estate. The authors show how to catalog financial paperwork into a cohesive planner, how to safely store digital passwords so that loved ones can use them when needed, and how to help family and caretakers find the information they need to make final arrangements and execute the estate." Eithne O'Leyne, Editor Ringgold, Inc. ProtoView
This workbook is a complete guide to collecting and organizing important papers and information, and it makes the process easy for the reader and for loved ones who will wrap things up when the time comes. The author leads readers through the process step by step, prompting them to provide information that will make sure family members don’t lose out on money (life insurance proceeds often go unclaimed, for example), legal documents (a will is no good if no one knows where it is), and items of emotional significance (heirlooms, family photos and history).
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I got this book, and went to Staples and got the binder etc... I will say that this author also sells a binder / sheet protector combo deal. That probably would have been less expensive that my route.
Once I started working the book, it is very easy to follow. It is broken down into sections. The premise being that you take your three ring binder, and break it into the same sections. Each section covers one topic. You put all relevant documents into that section of your binder. Some of these, you'll need to probably create, and some are probably more important than others. One nice part about this book is how comprehensive it is. While I can't say I used every possible page, I did find myself using a lot more than I would have otherwise thought I would need.
The book also has a number of forms that you can pull out, write on, and then put them in your binder if you choose. Another option it gives is to go to a website, and download the forms, type on them, print them out, and then put them in your binder. Again, some you will choose to use, others won't apply to your situation.
All in all, this book served it's purpose very well. My family's "stuff" is much more organized. Now, when I get to go to see Jesus, I know that my wife can pull this one binder, and have all our family's relevant information at her fingertips. That gives me peace of mind.
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