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Category Archives: FAMILY and FINANCES
“The sooner you save, the faster your money can grow…” -Forbes.com, “The Five Most Important Money Lessons to Teach Your Kids“ Are you considering buying life insurance for an heir?In last week’s post, “Life Insurance for Children and Grandchildren – … Continue reading
“If you want to start an argument, ask a group of financial advisers what they think about buying life insurance for children.” – Bankrate.com Should you get life insurance for a child? Don’t people only “need” life insurance if they … Continue reading
“Happiness is having a large, loving, caring, close-knit family in another city.” - George Burns A lot of time and attention has gone into emergency preparedness in recent years. Many Americans have emergency plans in case of an earthquake or a flood. “Doomsday … Continue reading
“A life insurance agent said to a would-be client: “Don’t let me frighten you into a hasty decision. Sleep on it tonight. If you wake in the morning, give me a call then and let me know.” – anonymous How … Continue reading
“Home Equity Conversion Mortgages (HECM), or reverse mortgages, which are designed, administered and insured by the Federal Housing Administration (FHA), are one of the best engineered financial tools of our generation.” -Jack Guttentag, Wharton Professor and nationally syndicated mortgage columnist … Continue reading
“A very rich person should leave his kids enough to do anything, but not enough to do nothing.” -Warren Buffet, as quoted in a September 29, 1986 interview with Fortune. An inheritance can be an enormous blessing, and yet, for … Continue reading
Extended Family Issue: Special Needs Planning Raising a family is challenging under any circumstances, but for parents with special needs children the stakes are dramatically higher because the parenting responsibilities may last the child’s entire life. This reality can be … Continue reading