Top 10 Money Mistakes Couples Should Avoid

PLUS: Bernie Sanders's Estate Tax Plan: Who Should Be Worried?
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The Top 10 Money Mistakes for Young Couples to Avoid

Money is a common marriage stressor. In a pandemic that’s seen a disproportionate number of young couples divorcing, minimizing money disputes can be especially important, says Salene Hitchcock-Gear of Prudential Financial. Plus: Yours, Mine … and Ours? Advice for Couples on How to Handle Money

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Who Should Be Worried about Bernie Sanders's Estate Tax Proposal?

Anyone with a very large estate should think about getting in line now to talk to an estate professional, because offices everywhere are busy dealing with proposed changes to our estate and gift tax policies, advises Jeffrey M. Verdon of Jeffrey M. Verdon Law Group, LLP. Plus: Worried about Passing Down a Big IRA? Consider a CRT

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How to Pay Off $130,000 in Parent PLUS Loans for Just $33,000

Meet Nate. He took out $130,000 in Parent PLUS loans for his kids. The standard repayment plan will cost him over $170,000. But some smart strategizing could get his bill down to $33,000 instead. Saki Kurose of Insight Financial Strategists shows how. Plus: FAFSA Application Changes Are Coming – What They Mean to Families

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Uh-Oh: My Kid Wants to Be a ‘Social Media Influencer’ … What Are the Legal Risks?

Teens and their parents need to know there are plenty of legal consequences for this new breed of marketers, according to attorney Christy L. Foley, an expert in social media law. Plus: 8 Tips for Raising Financially Independent Daughters Today

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COVID-19 Super Savers Need to Watch Out

The pandemic has turned many people into saving machines, which is great, but that comes with its own set of risks. These frugal folks need to be extra careful now, because they could be vulnerable as we return to normalcy, warns Adam Lampe of Mint Wealth Management. Plus: The Pandemic Has Set Gender Parity Back: But We Can Fix That

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