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The long goodbye Planning for end of life issues

We all know that when a child is born, perhaps 80 years later that baby, hopefully after a full and happy life, will pass from this life.
Death is not something we like to discuss in our youth worshipful nation.
But, end-of-life issues are bankrupting this country. Between Social Security and Medicare, our nation’s youth, if we continue on the same path, will not enjoy the same benefits as the elderly of today.
First of all, we must respect our elderly for the contributions they have made to this country. Between wars and depressions, these people have endured great ...

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