Once upon a time, there was a woman named Meera. She had been married to her husband, Rohan, for many years and they had built a happy life together. However, one day, Rohan unexpectedly passed away. Meera was devastated by the loss of her husband and struggled to come to terms with it. However, as she began to go through Rohan’s belongings and try to take care of the important matters resulting from his death, she realized that she was completely unaware of her husband’s financial affairs.
Meera was confident that her husband Rohan was very good with financial matters and he would have done all the required money investments and insurance, but unfortunately, he never told her about it and he never stored all information at one place. This made her life even more difficult after his passing.
As Meera struggled to piece together Rohan’s financial affairs, she realized that despite his best intentions, he had not kept her informed about his financial decisions. She was left feeling confused, overwhelmed and alone.
The moral of the story is that it’s not only important to do all the right things with money but also important to keep your loved ones informed. By keeping your loved ones informed and storing all important information in one place, you can ensure that they have the information they need to take care of your affairs in case of an emergency.