Posts Tagged ‘proper’

“According to data from Experian’s File One and Credit.com, Americans die with an average of $62,000 in debt… mortgage debt, credit card debt, auto loans, and more.

Some people think that when you die, your debt dies with you. But in most cases, that’s not true… That debt will need to be paid….

Creditors for secured debt – like mortgages – get first dibs on your estate. Once all that debt is paid off, anything remaining goes to unsecured debt… things like credit cards and medical bills.

Planning for your own death might be uncomfortable, but proper estate planning is important…. So make sure you’re thinking about everything you’ll leave behind… debts included.”

-Laura Bente

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“Reflection involves not simply a sequence of ideas, but a consequence – a consecutive ordering in such a way that each determines the next as its proper outcome, while each in turn leans back on its predecessors.  The successive portions of the reflective thought grow out of one another and support one another; they do not come and go in a medley.  Each phase is a step from something to something – technically speaking, it is a term of thought.” -John Dewey