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Let's talk about the Big Book: Everything your family needs to know when you die

Tax season is over. School is starting to wind down. Summer is coming.

Things have slowed enough to gather yourself and get organized.

We call it the Big Book in my family. Invented by my scrupulously detailed father-in-law, the Big Book is the index containing a road map to everything we own.

The wealthy have family offices to track these things. For the rest of us, there’s the Big Book.

It includes life’s important documents, including driver’s licenses and insurance policies, investments and real estate deeds. Photocopies of passports, credit cards and wills. It has lists of “stuff,” from the artwork your mom left you to the Oriental rug that has been in the family for three generations. It lists the antique Singer sewing machine, silverware and the Haviland china. It might even include the Redskins season tickets that have been handed down since the days of George Preston Marshall.

Do you think that financial freedom and time freedom? Do you believe you have a plan to get this in your life

It's a fact that the typical employee works more hours than they did 10 years ago. Commuting time has exponentially increased and most families have two parents working full time. Plus, taxes are just rising and cost of living (incl gas!) are skyrocketing.


Americans get into Debt-traps,because of high-pressure
salesmanship.Their needs increase,desire for comforts
increase and dreams for luxuries are created.

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