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What to Do With an Inheritance

Before you do anything with any inheritance, take a deep breath and consider your options.

Maybe you received cash, a retirement account such as a 401(k) or an IRA, a house or other property, jewelry, cars, or antiques. What you can do with your inheritance depends on what you’ve inherited—though there are a few things that apply to all situations.

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Tips for Talking Money with Your Aging Parents

Role reversal… tips for having the ‘money talk’ with your aging parents.

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4 Ways to Talk Money with Your Honey

When love is in the air, money still matters—4 steps to successful money talks.

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Teaching Your Young Child About Money

Pennies add up—how to talk money with your young child.

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Tips for Talking Money with Your Teen

Give your teen the gift of independence by helping them learn how to manage money.

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4 Ways to Manage Your Money During a Divorce

Is the rocky road of divorce leading you to debt? Here’s how to change direction.

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Give Your Loved Ones the Gift of an Estate Plan

Confused about whether you need an estate plan? We’ll clear up 8 common misconceptions about this important financial tool.

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4 Reasons to Open a Savings Account for Your Child

When is the best time to open a savings account for your child? Today.

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4 Common Costs of Pet Ownership

Can you truly afford to add a new pet to your household?

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5 Ways to Say ‘I Do’ to a Wedding Budget

Are wedding bells ringing? Here’s how to budget for your ‘happily ever after’ wedding.

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5 Top Money Hacks for Millennials

Millennial money advice that will help you get your finances squared away this year.

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