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The idea of having heavy or serious conversations with your family is something no person wants to think about. But as Louis Pasteur said, “luck favors the prepared”. By taking the time to discuss your long-term financial and care needs, you set your family and your legacy up for generational success.
Kristen Taylor shares a few of her father’s favorite financial tips, and we organized them by age “buckets” in this article.
By focusing on your family’s values, you can craft an estate plan that honors your goals and wishes and ensures your legacy for generations to come.
Explore practical tips for teaching children how to save money and make smart financial decisions that will benefit them for a lifetime.
Learn why donor-advised funds (or DAFs) are a common tool to connect the intention and your legacy behind philanthropic family strategies.
By taking the time this holiday season to discuss your long-term financial and care needs, you set your family and your legacy up for long-term success.
Being a parent can be hard but teaching your children financial literacy doesn’t have to be. Here are five simple tips to help your children grow their money skills.
Money is an extremely important part of society that has always been surrounded by questions, myths, and misconceptions. It can be difficult to know how money works, who should have...
Ultimately, the student is responsible for their own success, but a parent-student contract can help keep them accountable and on track.