When it comes to planning for the end, almost everyone puts it off.
And that includes leaving behind the bare necessities for your survivors, the passwords and other information just to get the bills paid on time.
But your legacy includes so much more, from unlabeled photographs to an updated will.
Coming up on All Sides with Ann Fisher: your checklist for the end.
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- Sally Hurme, an elder law attorney, worked at AARP for 25 years, author of 2015 book “Checklist for My Family: A Guide to My History, Financial Plans, and Final Wishes”: