Life Planning

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Why planning ahead funeral services can bring comfort to your family

Funeral Planning eases the stress of making difficult decisions for your loved ones at an emotional time. Planning ahead enables you to design your final send-off and share your last wishes with your family. Storing your Funeral Plans in the LifeReady Vault makes it easy for others to access.

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What happens to your social media and digital presence after you're gone?

Social Media takes up so much of our time. Not much of our daily lives exists without logging into our Facebook account, checking our LinkedIn Inmail or signing up to Netflix to catch the next trending show.

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Is the Coronavirus Pandemic the universal trigger we need to get our life affairs in order?

COVID-19 has shaken the world up in many ways. Little did we know that entering into 2020 would also mean being forced into lockdown, social distancing measures and a new way of working.

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Here's a quick guide to the different types of Superannuation nominations available to you.

When thinking about your assets, especially those that we would like to pass on to our family and loved ones, setting up your Superannuation funds incorrectly could have dire consequences.

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Why appointing a Medical Decision-Maker can be a matter of life or death. Literally.

More often than not, we overlook the very real scenario of not being in the physical or mental state to make our own choices in a medical emergency. The following article looks at some compelling reasons as to why we need to appoint a medical decision-maker sooner rather than later.

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There are many reasons why you need a Digital Vault. Here are 3 important ones.

Gone are the days of storing your insurance policies, medical details or power of attorney in a filing cabinet in the garage, or old shoe-box under the bed. Physical methods of storing crucial life information have quickly become outdated.

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If you need to obtain a death certificate, you might need to think about gathering the following information.

The death certificate is an essential document required for managing the legal and financial matters that follow the passing away of a loved one. These days, it is also needed for some social media companies (such as Twitter) to confirm the death of a person in order to remove their online profile.

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Not sure what happens to your Superannuation money after you pass away? Here's what you need to know.

We can often get complacent with our Superannuation, a privilege that we often do not worry too much about until we actually hit retirement. However, it's a crucial part of our financial portfolio, and something that needs to be taken care of in the unfortunate event that we do pass away.