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How parents’ financial planning influences adult children

Michael S. Fischer •
ThinkAdvisor
Do You Need me to Taste Test it, Mum?

Twenty-seven percent of Americans are concerned about their parents’ financial security in retirement, and they are twice as likely to lack confidence in their own retirement prospects as those who are unworried about their parents, TIAA reported this week. This finding was based on an online survey conducted by KRC Research in February among 1,003

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Six key tax tips for new parents

Catherine Donaldson-Evans •
Parents
Girl running with arms out, on studio background

It goes without saying, but having a baby isn’t cheap — a fact that often blindsides new parents. “New parents don’t have a lot of extra money, and having a baby is a lot more expensive than they think it would be,” says Ellie Kay, a Parents advisor for the Mom Money Clinic and a

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Four money lessons my parents taught me as a kid that made me good with money today

Anna Baluch •
Business Insider
4 money lessons my parents taught me as a kid that made me good with money today

Monkey Business Images/Shutterstock.com Personal Finance Insider writes about products, strategies, and tips to help you make smart decisions with your money. We may receive a small commission from our partners, but our reporting and recommendations are always independent and objective. Anna Baluch’s parents taught her money lessons as a child that she still uses today.

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Aging parents and real estate investments

Carolyn Rosenblatt •
Forbes
Senior woman and adult daughter laughing on porch

For aging parents who had a measure of financial success, real estate investments are not unusual. Their portfolios can include single-family rental homes, apartment buildings or commercial entities. When they were younger, many of these seniors took pride in managing these investments themselves. But time can take its toll. We are seeing age-related problems eroding

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