Book Review: My Family Record Book: The Easy Way to Organize Personal Information, Financial Plans, and Final Wishes for Seniors, Caregivers, Estate Executors, etc. by Harris N. Rosen

My Family Record Book: The Easy Way to Organize Personal Information, Financial Plans, and Final Wishes for Seniors, Caregivers, Estate Executors, etc. by Harris N. Rosen

On our How to Manage Your Monkey blog, we have been discussing end of life planning. My Family Record Book fits into that very well.

This book gives the family’s financial person the information they need to create a step-by-step guide regarding the location of important papers and accounts.

My Family Record Book kicks this up a notch by helping us create a step-by-step guide to tell others what is where and how to do what the dearly departed used to do by memory.

We saw how important this was during my recent surgery and resulting stay in multiple hospitals and a nursing home.  We keep our information in a document sharing program that allows those who need access to the information to get to it from anywhere.

My Family Record Book is very well-written and thought out very well.  This is one book you can’t afford to pass up.  We give it all five stars.  We think it is extremely important you, and all your family, read this book!

We were sent a complimentary copy of this book.  We are under no obligation to write any review, positive or negative.

We are disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.

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