People often go through great pains to take care of their bodies. They do this through exercise, healthy eating, and replacing toxic items in their home with non-toxic alternatives. For example, a person may replace harsh chemical-based cleaning products with natural, green solutions.
In addition to the care one gives their body in life, they may also make plans for the care of their body in death. This type of care revolves around what happens to their body after they've passed away, and can include burial or cremation plans and the disposal or storage of their ashes.
For some people, it is important for these plans to be made in advance, so they can ensure that their wishes will be met. In addition, making these arrangements in advance can help lift the burden placed on loved ones who will inevitably grieve their loss.
When grieving the loss of a loved one, a person is confronted with many emotions, and making decisions about the body can be overwhelming and a financial strain. There are various resources, such as life insurance policies, that can help one in making the necessary plans for coping with the loss of a loved one.
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Open this link for a list of cremation-related resources. While visiting the page, readers will also find a set of links to information on ash disposal.
On this page, people will find a list of resources that will help them plan for the future and for funerals, such as links to pages on life insurance, wills, and funeral planning.
Visitors to this site will find several posts from online insurance sites. These posts discuss topics such as the OCU Guide to Insurance, life insurance, and more.
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Consumers who visit this site can read this article which reveals how insurance companies are using social media platforms such as Facebook to target consumers in marketing campaigns. Consumers can learn what information is gathered, such as gender, likes, geographic location, and one's job.
The blog post on this page discusses a potential assisted dying bill and how it may or may not affect one's life insurance policy. Readers will also learn how many states require the policy be in place for two years while others do not.
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On this page, consumers will find a list of links that will take them to various types of insurance websites.
This page is directed toward consumers who are shopping for the best insurance. People who view the page will find information on how US Insurance Net can help them compare various insurances.
Clicking this link opens up the homepage of the Oregon Health Plan website. People looking for individual or family plans or information health care providers will find the necessary links to assist them on this page.
Renters will find useful tips on this page found on the Washington State Office of the Insurance Commissioner's site. The provided tips cover what renters should consider when buying renters insurance, insurance for college students, and additional coverage.
On this page, students will find links to insurance-related information, including the Ohio State comprehensive plan, Wilcecare, and waiving coverage.
Here, employees of the State of Connecticut will find information regarding the offered group life insurance plan. This page discusses eligibility, increasing or reducing life insurance coverage, leave of absence, and more.
The State of Maine Bureau of Insurance offers this FAQ page regarding homeowners insurance.
Students who visit this page can read about the two components of the NYU-sponsored Student Health Insurance Program and may click on the featured links for further information.
Veterans and those caring for them can research VA health benefits by clicking on this link. The page leads to further information on enrollment, cost, access, enrollment figures, financial assessment, and ID cards.
Students attending the University of Rochester may read about the student health plan and mandatory health fees for the current and upcoming school year on this page. The page also explains what the fee covers.
Arizona residents may find this guide on the Arizona Department of Insurance website useful. In addition to the renters insurance guide, consumers will find a variety of other links to insurance-related guides and sites.
University of Houston students may read a very brief overview of the student health insurance and review the dates for the open enrollment/waiver period. In addition, there is a link that explains the Affordable Care Act.
NYC consumers who click this link will find a list of resources that provide insurance-related information that ranges from choosing a plan to low-cost options for young adults.
Click this link to open up the frequently asked questions for homeowners page on the Department of Professional & Financial Regulation Bureau of Insurance for the State of Maine.
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Students of Georgia State University may read more about the student health insurance plan by clicking on this link. The page will lead students toward obtaining more information on mandatory SHIP waivers, forms, and how to buy student health insurance.
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Visitors to the Cornell University Law School Legal Information Institute website will find a thorough legal definition of a life insurance contract.