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The actor, who died earlier this month, hadn't updated his will in 10 years. Experts say that, along with other troubling issues, he didn't pay enough attention to estate taxes.
Unmarried couples who share a home have some potentially thorny issues to deal with, and fewer legal guidelines to help if the relationship ends.
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The struggling economy did much to boost the popularity of gift cards, once a last-minute go-to present. For recipients, the cards became licenses to spend on luxuries they had denied themselves.
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