Teaching children how to have a healthy lifelong relationship with money BY RIC EDELMAN My wife Jean and I have been teaching personal finance for the past 30 years, through

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In light of the recent Women’s March in DC and women marching all over the world (alongside men and children), it appears that there is a new awakening to the

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Why Grandparents Should Add a 529 College Savings Plan to a Grandchild’s Back-to-School Shopping List By Ken Mahoney with the ABCs of a 529  Notebooks. Check. Pens and pencils. Check and check. Backpacks. Check!

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The Magic Bank Account Contributed by Granddad, Charlie Palmer Imagine that you had won the following prize in a contest: Each morning your bank would deposit $86,400 in your private

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A Good Gift Made Better By Nicholas A. Domino   It is not often that you have the opportunity to materially increase your children’s or grandchildren’s upside wealth without incurring any further risk.  A simple

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Joel Peterson and Diana Peterson: How they navigate having seven children and twenty-two grandchildren “Success is the legacy you leave. It’s the traces that you leave for good, and in

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By Neale Godfrey As a grandparent your biggest joy is to provide your grandchild with all of the love and protection in the world.  One of your fears is: Will

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By Stan The Annuity Man  Becoming a grandparent is certainly a pinnacle to most that are fortunate to achieve this status.  From the first time you hold that new family

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By Stan The Annuity Man  You should never feel rushed or pressured by an over- zealous agent to buy more annuity than you need.  Thankfully the government has provided some

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 BY JAIA PETERSON LENT – Generations United You did what you were supposed to do. You’ve been saving for retirement. It’s all planned. In just a few years, you can start

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BY LAURA S. PERRICONE We tend to discuss ‘literacy’ all the time—but what about being financially literate? Many in the business community and educators are concerned about economic literacy in

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Ten “must-have” conversations regarding retirement  BY ROBERTA K. TAYLOR and DORIAN MINTZER Seventy-eight million baby boomers, and many more on the older fringe, are pioneering a new life stage characterized

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Polly Bauer is a loving grandmother who is on a mission to help people learn how to successfully manage their credit cards. In addition to being a grandmom who cares

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By Maddy Dychtwald Maddy Dychtwald recently answered the question: What Advice Would You Give Your 30 Year Old Self for The Wall Street Journal.  What would you say? Please share,

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By Elyse Pellman  |  Is your family sucking your retirement funds dry? A new study reveals how family financial interdependencies affect us in the years leading to and through retirement.

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Jessica Bruno of FourGenerationsOneRoof.com shares how her four-generation household divvies up expenses. At least once a week, I get an email asking, “Who pays the bills?” Sadly, many come from

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What Every Woman Should Do Now to Protect Her Financial Future  |  By Mary Hunt   Becoming a grandparent four years ago turned my world upside down. Suddenly, I wanted

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By Ross Blair, senior vice president, eHealthMedicare.com  Fall is a big time for the Affordable Care Act (ACA) — and if you are over 65, you might be confused about what

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It’s Not (just) About the Money, Money, Money For today’s grandparents, legacy is not only what you leave behind. It’s also a reflection of how you live today. By Elyse

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By Dennis Miller, grandfather and financial advisor When I was still a young buck out in the workplace, financial magazines periodically published worksheets for calculating when you had enough money

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