you find yourself drawing a blank on any of the questions in this quiz,
be sure to learn more about your finances by talking with your spouse.
When you share your knowledge with each other, you can look to the
future with confidence. 1. What are your assets?
These could include savings, checking and retirement accounts;
investments; life insurance; business or trust assets; and real estate
or other property. 2. What is your financial plan? Do you have a strategy for saving for upcoming events, unexpected circumstances, retirement and charitable giving? 3. What is your estate plan?
Do you know what will happen when you or your spouse passes away? Where
are your important documents located? Who are your beneficiaries, and
how will you leave a legacy? To learn how you can support PETA's work for animals through your estate, please contact Tim Enstice at 757-962-8213 or Legacy@peta.org. Cash-Free Ways to Give to Charity
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