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Death of a family member

When a loved one dies, family members are left to sort through a host of emotional and financial issues from funeral arrangements to passing along or disposing of a lifetime of personal belongings. Here's some guidance for managing the financial aspects.

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Dealing with finances after the death of a loved one, Accounts to close, pay off after the death of a loved one, The right way to close an account, Step-by-step guide for organizing paperwork and finances, Get death out of the way -- preplan your own funeral, Checklist for easing the burden of your funeral

-- Posted: Jan. 20, 2003

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