When you got married or had kids, you probably had dreams about all of the things you were going to provide to your family. We’re talking about that house with the white picket fence, those annual vacations under the sun, and even the pricey tech toys every other kid at school already has.
But you know as well as we do that giving your family a great quality of life costs money. And unfortunately, money doesn’t grow on trees. So you probably have a mortgage to cover your home, credit cards to pay for daily expenses, and maybe even a loan for your car.
And for this reason, there’s something you may be wondering: “What happens to all of this debt when I die?”
After all, when you’re working hard to give your family the best life possible, the…