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Including provisions for pets in legacy planning through annuities, life insurances, or trusts has become popular. So reports Forbes.

In fact, 44% of pet owners have already inlcuded such provisions, according to a recent study by Securian Financial Group.

In addition to providing for expenses such as veterinarian bills, medication, food and house maintenance, Pet Estate Plans can also specify who will take care of the animals.

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