There are many creative ways to support the families that Food For The Poor serves. With thoughtful planning, you can make a gift that benefits your family as well as those in dire need in Latin America and the Caribbean.
In honor of National Estate Planning Awareness Week, October 21-27, 2013, Food For The Poor is offering a free estate planning course.
Did you know:
- An estimated 120 million Americans do not have an up-to-date estate plan to protect themselves, and their families, making estate planning one of the most overlooked areas of personal financial management.
- Estate planning isn’t just for the wealthy. It’s important for everyone.
- With advance planning, many issues such as: guardianship of minor children, bill paying and asset management in the event of sickness or disability, caring for a special needs child, long-term care needs, and distribution of retirement assets, can be handled with sensitivity, care, and at a reasonable cost.
- With proper knowledge and planning, future generations will have a more secure future as most persons over 65 are currently totally dependent on Social Security.
Please take the steps necessary today to properly plan for the future. You’ll gain peace of mind knowing that your faithful stewardship best serves your loved ones, and the Kingdom.
Click here to receive your free estate planning guide.
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