Are You Prepared to Die?

It can be an uncomfortable subject, but everyone’s time comes one day, so it is best to be prepared for when it does. In light of just how many Americans are unprepared for death, a book, It’s OK to Die, outlines a comprehensive guide of how to make advance preparations. The authors encourage readers to “clear your conscience and settle your affairs long before crisis strikes.”

Are you prepared to die? If so, what steps have you taken to prepare yourself and your loved ones? Read through some of the key steps below (as suggested in the book) and check off which ones you’ve already completed or are working toward. What other important steps have you taken? View the full checklist here.

How Prepared are You to Die?

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C February 16, 2015 at 10:13 am

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