Links We Like: May 9, 2014

| By Jodi Horton

We already know that the majority of people in this country do not have an advance directive. Lots of people are trying numerous ways to change this. Here’s one senator’s idea–pay people. Would a financial incentive motivate you to fill out your advance directive? Read more: How to get paid for planning your death

On the topic of planning, sometimes a little extra help is called for. How can you start the search to find caregiving assistance for an aging or seriously ill loved one? The New York Times covered this topic last week and offers great suggestions on making the decision to bring in a caregiver. Read more: Tips for choosing care for an aging or ailing family member

 

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