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Johnny Carson once said, "For three days after death, hair and fingernails continue to grow, but phone calls taper off”.Â Generally people can laugh about death provided it is not their own.
But for many Baby Boomers (b. 1946-1962) it can be a touchy subject.Â They need to keep their inheritance away from step relatives, charities and caring neighbours.Â The more money at stake, the more potential beneficiaries seem to turn up.Â Meanwhile their parents are growing older and less inclined to leave all their money to their children, as of right.
Even after receiving an inheritance the Baby Boomer’s own adult children are a challenge.Â They can range from competent and never call, to “have trouble sitting the right way round on a toilet seat”.Â Their children are forever marrying (or failing to marry) spendthrift, drunken, philandering partners.
At 62 years of age the oldest Baby Boomers increasingly find themselves under siege from many different quarters to make a decision.Â This attention is heightened by there being more money at stake.
The Legal Guide to Dying-Baby Boomer Edition is the ultimate Exit Tool for those Boomers with little time to spare.Â It will tastefully and humourously lead the Boomer through the Three Ages of Exit Planning.
Part 1: How to secure an Inheritance.
Part II: Contemplating your own death.
Part III: The Final Furlong.
If you are a Baby Boomer this eBook is mercifully short and at $9.99 (AUS) it will not break the retirement fund.
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