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What to Do After Losing a Loved One: 21 Steps – Finger Five 176

Losing a loved one is never easy, and it can be overwhelming to know what steps to take next. In the following video, a financial advisor shares 21 practical steps to help you navigate through the process after losing a loved one. From managing finances to dealing with communication, this video offers valuable advice for anyone going through this difficult time.

  1. Notify friends and family
  2. Designate a leader 
  3. Communication 
  4. Lock the house down
  5. Contact funeral home 
  6. Contact their financial advisor, CPA, and Attorney 
  7. Notify Social Security Office 
  8. Notify other government organizations
  9. Medicare Advantage plan 
  10. Contact their employer or former employer 
  11. Contact insurance companies
  12. Make a list of all debts and bills 
  13. Inventory of assets  
  14. Contact credit card companies
  15. Contact 3 major credit organizations 
  16. Call DMV
  17. Cancel memberships 
  18. Close email & website accounts 
  19. Work with CPA 
  20. IRA account 
  21. Estate Attorney 
After Losing a Loved One

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On the lighter side, I attended the Stratos National Convention. Elliott and Iren attended too. I spoke on a couple of panels about best practices for financial advisors. Met many good people. I did get to squeeze in some early fishing one day.

Jeremy,

Hope all is well with your family,

Jeremy

Finger Financial Five – 5 points in 5 minutes or less – is to provide you with a weekly shot of useful financial information.  My intention is to share principles, so that you will have more clarity, that help you make better financial decisions.

Investment advice offered through Stratos Wealth Advisors, LLC, a registered investment advisor.  Stratos Wealth Advisors, LLC and Riverview Wealth Management are separate entities.

The information presented in this newsletter is the opinion of the writer and do not reflect the view of any other person or entity.  The information provided is believed to be from reliable sources, but no liability is accepted for any inaccuracies.  This is for information purposes only and should not be construed as an investment recommendation. 

Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results, and there is no assurance that the investment objective will be achieved or that the strategies employed will be successful. All investments involve risk and, unless otherwise stated, are not guaranteed.

The information in this material is not intended as tax or legal advice. Please consult legal or tax professionals for specific information regarding your individual situation.

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