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Wealthcare for Women recently added The LastingMatters Organizer as a resource and guide in the section "Facing Life as a Widow".

A Place for Mom, a website dedicated to connecting families for senior living, has invited Barbara Sedoric to join a panel of experts to answer questions posed about end of life and financial matters.

Blended families — a growing demographic — are often overlooked by advisers when discussing money and the distribution of personal property after the death of a stepparent

Barbara Bates Sedoric, President and Founder of LastingMatters, will be presenting at the Financial Planning Association of Northern New England’s seminar on May 29, 2015 at the Hilton Garden Hotel in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. 

Photo credit-Jodie Andruskevich

LastingMatters was recently added as a recommended website and useful resource on Senior Living Navigator's website.

Photo credit: Jodie Andruskevich

Join Barbara Bates Sedoric, President and Founder of LastingMatters, at The Durham Public Library, Durham, New Hampshire, on Tuesday May 19, 2015 at 6:30PM.

Recently, LastingMatters was featured on the webinar "Peace-of-Mind in Planning for Death - A Companion Guide to Estate Planning".

The Certainty of Death and Taxes

April 14, 2015

April 15 is here.  You’ve probably heard this saying before - There are only two things that are certain in life - death and taxes. The difference between these two predictable events is that death only happens once.

We make up a variety of reasons for dragging our feet when it comes time to prepare and file our income taxes- even when we know that the dreaded deadline doesn’t change year after year.

What does planning for death and preparing taxes have in common? 

Hope is Not a Plan, But Planning Will Generate Hope

April 10, 2015

It’s here. Some call it the “silver tsunami” while others reference it as “the greying of America”. Nearly half of the “sandwich“ generation have a parent over age 65 and are raising young children or supporting grown children.

Alarmingly, thousands of critically important end-of-life and after death decisions are currently being made without the benefit of advanced planning. While “hope” is not a plan, planning realizes hope.

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