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How To Prepare For The Inevitable

This is a sponsored post with Jenny Life Insurance and BraVoMark. All opinions are mine.

I’ve heard a few friends talking about Swedish Death Cleaning recently. The idea is pretty simple. You’re not going to be here forever, so decluttering your possessions now serves both your loved ones and you. They don’t have to deal with unnecessary stuff when you’re gone. You don’t have to deal with your unnecessary stuff while you’re here. The idea can be used when you’re thinking of finances, too. Organizing, decluttering and sorting out your financial obligations can lead to peace of mind, knowing that your loved ones will not face additional financial burdens if something was to happen to you.

Some questions to think about when you’re planning for a financial future where you are no longer there:

  • What funeral costs can your family anticipate?
  • Are you leaving behind any debts?
  • Do you want to provide money for your children’s education?
  • Would you want to pay off the mortgage?
  • How much money would be needed to replace your income?

Once you figure out what your financial obligations might be, it’s time to look closer at your life insurance. Are you already covered? Is your coverage sufficient for your goals? You can look to Jenny Life for help if you find yourself in need of life insurance. The Jenny Life Mobile App is available for iOS and Android devices. You’ll find coverage options from an A-rated insurance carrier. Best of all, plans start at only $5/month. It’s an easy way to search for coverage to meet your family’s needs.

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