VERY URGENT! I was given another chance to live. But still, nobody wants me

Benefits of Life Insurance for Seniors

The majority of senior residents of North America are not able to afford long-term care due to the high cost. Only a few seniors use their insurance to cover the expenses for long-term care. This is a serious issue; too many seniors are unprepared for these costs, leaving them and their families at financial risk. There is a solution: purchasing life protection can help cover all possible expenses for long-term care. There are also several other advantages of purchasing life insurance for seniors; find out about these below.

Provide Financial Support for Your Spouse

Married elderly couples are often anxious about leaving their better halves with debt after passing away, and for good reason. Funerals in countries of North America are quite expensive - they can cost as much as $5,000 or more. Not every family can afford these costs, and that is why life coverage comes as a practical solution.

Life protection policies can fully cover the expenses of the funeral and burial of one spouse, and that coverage can bring some peace of mind to the insured person. Covered by a life protection policy, the individual can be sure that his or her significant other will receive the necessary support to deal with the financial side of a funeral.

In addition, a surviving spouse can use the funds from the coverage to increase the benefits from their pension plan.

Life insurance for seniors makes it simpler to deal with the expenses of a funeral, and that means the financial pressure does not add to the already-stressful situation.

A death row dogs final thoughts ... We wait in the shelters, our shadow is our only friend. We are not quite sure why we are here, not quite sure about the end. People seem to forget us, no one has called us by our real names - they named me Floyd.

There's no familiar face here, each day is the same. Is there anybody out there? We are not allowed to stay here long. Maybe some day you will stop by the shelter and see all the dogs and cats that are about to lose their lives like me.

Floyd can be found resting in his kennel. He looks around at everyone with sad eyes, hoping they will give him some TLC. He is a bit shy and needs your help warming up. Will you be his hero? Floyd is around 2 years old and weigh about 40-45 lbs.

**PAST THE CITY SHELTER DEADLINE! Needs Commitment by 9:30AM and Picked Up by 6:30PM Thursday 9/20!**
To adopt, foster, or rescue, please email: placement@sanantoniopetsalive.org

We are NOT the City Shelter to where pictures were taken. FOR MORE INFO ON THIS PET please contact:
San Antonio Animal Care Services
contact info@sanantoniopetsalive.org or placement@sanantoniopetsalive.org or call 210-370-7612 (email preferred)
GO TO SAPA BLDG 1 & bring the Pet's ID!
Address: 4710 Hwy. 151 San Antonio, Texas 78227
Our shelter is open from 11AM-7PM Mon -Fri, 11AM-5PM Sat and 11AM-5PM Sun
Ask for information about animal ID number A500249


Fidonation, if you or someone you know is interested in giving this pup the forever family he rightfully deserves, please contact the San Antonio Animal Care Services, and reference the shelter ID #A500249.

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Speak Up! please share this story on Facebook or Twitter so we are closer to finding this terrified soul a home. We have done it so many times together, and can certainly do it again. Thank you!
Just like individuals, small businesses can donate an old car to charity for a tax deduction. Your clunker may even need repairs, but some charities don’t mind a fixer-upper. The hard part about donating a vehicle to charity can be the tax deduction. Internal Revenue Service rules for deducting a vehicle are strict. You should follow them to the letter, or your good deed could turn into a headache down the road.
Where to Donate
Many charities -- some with names known around the world -- use the internet to solicit the donation of your old car to fund their work for children, animals, the arts, medicine and military veterans. Charities include UNICEF, Toys for Tots, the Salvation Army, Habitat for Humanity and the Veterans of Foreign Wars. If you prefer to keep your donation dollars closer to home, some websites list local and regional charities by state.
Strict IRS Rules
If your car is truely a clunker and barely worth the metal that makes up the frame, you won’t have to jump through so many IRS hoops. On a car valued up to $500, all you need to document your donation is your receipt from the charity and IRS Form 8283. The form should include a description of the vehicle, including the make, model, condition and mileage. If your car is worth more than $500, you must also attach Form 1098-C to your tax return. If your car’s value exceeds $5,000, the IRS requires you to get an appraisal and file it with your tax return.
Determining Your Car's Value
Most charities will sell your vehicle to turn your donation into cash. Your deduction is determined by sales price, not car valuation guides. IRS rules require that the charity provide you with the price it gets within 30 days of the sale. In a few cases, you're allowed to use car valuation guides, but even in these cases, you must use fair market value, not the highest value listed. For example, use fair market value -- not sales price -- when the charity keeps your car for its use, the charity makes repairs to the car before selling it or the charity sells your car at a discount to a low-income person.
The Mechanics of Donation
Most charities will make your donation easy by handling routine paperwork for the Department of Motor Vehicles and any required emissions tests. Some offer free vehicle pickup, whether it's running or not. If you can drive the car to the charity, it saves the organization the cost of pickup or a tow. Always transfer title to the charity. Assignment of ownership can be completed on the back of the title. Sometimes a charity asks you to leave the owner’s name blank so it can fill in the name when it sells the car. Don’t do it, as this leaves you legally responsible for the car.


4 Responses to "VERY URGENT! I was given another chance to live. But still, nobody wants me"

  1. Please share sweet Floyd ID A500249 far and wide to save his life and find him a loving furever home. I would take Floyd in a heartbeat, but I live in Illinois and he's in California. Please help Floyd. Thanks and God Bless Floyd!💕🙇‍♀️💕🙏💕

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