We all are. A little planning makes it easier on your survivors.
A new survey says wealthy boomers are more inclined to spend their money than worry about their heirs.
Regardless of why you're not married, there are 5 things unmarried partners must do to safeguard their finances.
But that doesn't mean they will, especially if their longer-living parents blow through it in their final years.
'You can't take it with you' also applies to credit card bills. But what kind of a retirement strategy is this?
Industry survey blames economy, but high-pressure sales tactics may also play a role. Many families believe they are underinsured.
Former customers may be entitled to one last withdrawal of assets.
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