Thursday, October 9, 2014

The Everything Binder Review (Tomoson)

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I received the The Everything Binder CD - Financial, Estate and Personal Affairs Organizer by Michelle Perry Higgins in exchange for honest review from Tomoson. I wanted to review the CD because of my kids. If something happens to me, then what happens to them. I know my family would probably send the boys back to their father, since they don't like the special part of them. My mother is not going to change diapers, let alone my sister won't get up at 6:30 a.m. to start getting the boys ready for school.

The same day, I was approved for The Everything Binder, I was at the heart doctor for Kalen. I had two friends call me back to back to help with their planning. One friend asked if I could be his emergency contact and place to evacuate if something happens in his city. The other friend called and said she was doing estate planning and told me, she added me a beneficiary. She also told me about her funeral plans, such as how to disburse her funds to her kids; clothing; funeral expenses, and cremation. Both conversations happened in under an hour, then I got the email saying I was approved. Both friends can put their information in the binder and distribute to those, who need it.

The Everything Binder is a PDF on a CD, which contains important forms, just in case something happens. The forms are editable and printable. You just have to provide the binder and protective sheets to store your records in. You also need to notify someone or someones about the location of the binder.

The Everything binder contains forms for your (and families) finances, estate, medical information, debt. You also can save the pdf to the computer, instead of using the cd primarily (which is what I did).

The binder contains information about funeral arrangements, pets, personal property, and even letters to loved ones. You also have business ownership and organ donor information.

The binder is easy to use. Just input information wherever there is a blank and make sure to save.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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