A Public Service Announcement: A True Story of a Dog Named Sophie. Watching fireworks may be a fun family activity, but don’t expect your pet to enjoy the fun. This post will help you create a plan if your dog becomes lost. Did you know July 5th is one of the busiest days for animal shelters? Not only does intake and occupancy increase, sadly … [Read more...] about Fireworks & Pets…A Recipe for Disaster
An open letter to life insurance companies everywhere! Disclaimer: This is a true story. The date, names of the individuals, and the “household name" of the insurance company has been changed, but not the sequence of events. Dear Life Insurance Company CEO/President, Re: Betsey Smith Policy A1B2C3 The purpose of this #letter is … [Read more...] about What Ever Happened to The Vice President of “Common Sense?”
Hello friends! All too often, the families we serve at Clock Funeral Home and Cremation Services (our family’s funeral home), at some point during the arrangement conference make the statement that their loved one had a will. When I hear this, I always become concerned, as a “Will and Last Testament” is only one of many pieces of the puzzle, so to … [Read more...] about Why You Need More Than A Will
Why Protect Your Pet Did you know that the Humane Society of the United States reports we euthanize 2.7 million healthy, adoptable cats and dogs in U.S. shelters each year? That’s about one every 11 seconds. Most people think that the #pets who are #euthanized are old, run loose, or are simply not desirable due to their breed. This couldn’t be … [Read more...] about Pet Trusts: The Importance of Planning for Your Pets
I Woke Up Dead...Now What? To listen, click on the image below. Please follow and share if you feel it's worth sharing! So, I launched a podcast this week. It will be available shortly where most people listen to their podcasts. It takes a minute for some carriers to validate and populate. It's called "I Woke Up Dead...Now What" - … [Read more...] about I Woke up Dead…Now What?
Medicaid Can and Will Pay for the Entire Cost of Long-Term Care If your loved one is seeking long-term healthcare for end-of life needs, if assets are managed correctly, even in a crisis moment, Medicaid will pay for the entire cost of the nursing home stay. The key is to accomplish this without becoming financially destitute. Below is a list of … [Read more...] about 5 Medicaid Myths About End-of-Life Care