Is your child at risk of catching ‘affluenza’?

Timothy Barrett •
Kiplinger
My daughter said she feels sick so she doesn’t want to go to school today

Without exception, the primary concern for my clients with young children is to manage their inheritance so the children still strive for achievement rather than dwell in entitlement. My first question is just what they are doing now to instill those values. I’m often met with a blank stare at first. It’s simply not a

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Here’s how much money seven real couples spent on their wedding

Hillary Hoffower •
Business Insider
Wedding venue

Modern-day weddings have a notorious reputation for being pricey. On average, Americans spend roughly $33,391 on their weddings, according to The Knot’s 2017 Real Weddings Study. But that doesn’t mean they can afford it. More than 74 percent of couples will go into debt for wedding costs, reports Student Loan Hero.  But, of course, how

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How to avoid ATM fraud when you travel

Nick Douglas •
Lifehacker

Photo: Phu Cuong Pham Travel inherently includes some security risks, because part of security is knowing how things are supposed to work, so you can recognize what’s sketchy. Go to a new city and you might fall for a taxi scam, get pickpocketed—or get your money stolen by an ATM skimmer. We talked to Daniel

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Nine parents reveal the money habits they refuse to pass on to their kids

Business Insider •
Business Insider
A deck for backyard living is a must with rowdy kids....

From when to say “please” and “thank you” to how to drive a car, we learn a lot from our parents.  Oftentimes, that includes picking up on their money habits as well.  And while some of that financial wisdom consists of worthwhile advice that we’ll turn around and pass along to our own kids, other habits are better off forgotten. 

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