Wellabe's articles with end-of-life planning, retirement planning, and senior care planning tips will help you be well prepared today for what comes your way tomorrow.
Ease your emotional strain by letting this step-by-step checklist guide you through the funeral planning process.
After losing a loved one, it's natural to start wondering, ‘How do I want to be remembered?’ Preplanning can help you record your answers.
You'll want to consider more than funeral costs when choosing between cremation vs. burial.
Follow this simple obituary format to celebrate and honor someone who has passed away.
If you think a celebration of life is more suitable for your loved one than a traditional funeral, you’ll need to consider six key details as your planning a funeral party.
Funeral expenses vary significantly by state and by funeral details you choose. You’ll be well prepared if you know the costs.
Kelly Rayburn, AVP national sales and distribution at Wellabe, and Olga Villaverde, from Lifetime TV’s The Balancing Act, explain the importance of preplanning your funeral. While a difficult subject, advance planning can alleviate financial and emotional burdens for your family members.
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Consider these five things when selecting a senior financial advisor.
Financial planning tips for seniors can differ between genders
It’s never too early to start financial planning for older adult care.
If you’re weighing senior care options for yourself or a loved one, it’s important to learn what each type offers, which will work best for your situation, and what insurance will cover.
Wellabe offers life and supplemental health insurance plans to help you prepare for good days and bad. We’ll always be here to empower you to be well — well prepared, well protected, and well loved.