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Your Family Records Organizer

Kiplinger's Your Family Records Organizer helps you record, organize and store all your important information in one convenient location. It includes 18 easy-to-use forms to record the whereabouts of critical legal documents... financial data... emergency instructions... investment, medical and real estate records... and much more. It's available in two convenient formats: a 50-page booklet or a download file that includes all 18 forms in Adobe PDF.

Please use the drop-down box below to choose the format you would like to receive.

 

PROTECT YOUR LOVED ONES

Convenience and Peace of Mind --
for Parents and Adult Children Alike

Everyone Benefits. Kiplinger's Your Family Records Organizer is the fastest, easiest way for you to protect family members who might need access to important records in case of an emergency, death or disability.

It's Easy to Use. Just fill in the forms and save the files on your computer. You can update them as needed, and you can make additional copies for other family members.

You Get Reliable Advice and Guidance. Each form on the CD version is accompanied by a special video "Kip Tip" that provides additional help from the editors of Kiplinger's Personal Finance magazine.

It's an Award Winner. The Association for Financial Counseling and Planning Education (AFCPE) named the Organizer "Consumer Financial Information" product of the year, calling it "an excellent financial readiness and emergency preparedness tool."

It's a Bargain. Order direct from Kiplinger for just $24.95, plus shipping. A printed booklet version is available at the same price. Or choose both for just $29.95 plus shipping and handling.

Note to Windows 7 users -- some users have experienced problems running this disk in Windows 7. We advise customers who run Windows 7 to purchase the download or booklet option in the pull-down menu below.

Forms Included
in the Organizer

• First Things First
• Cash Assets
• Contact Information
• Emergency Preparedness Kit
• Employment Information
• Family Memorabilia
• Financial Data
• Funeral Arrangements
• Insurance Policies
• Investments
• Legal Information
• Medical Records
• Personal Property Inventory
• Personal Stuff/
  Kids Information
• Pets
• Real Estate Records
• Safe Deposit Box
• Self Employment/
  Home Business Information