5 Generational Money Taboos That Must Die

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5 Generational Money Taboos That Must Die

Sorry, Mom and Dad. Some of your long-held financial truisms really aren’t all that true, and they’re no longer helpful. So dump them, and follow these useful mantras from Julia Pham of Halbert Halgrove instead. Plus: 7 Financial Don’ts for Every Millennial

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Complaints that Get Results (and Replies that Win You Customers)

Not happy? A couple of simple steps will help get your complaint noticed, according to consumer attorney H. Dennis Beaver. And if you’re on the receiving end of a complaint, how you craft your response can make a big difference, too. Plus: 11 Reasons You Don't Want to Retire in Florida

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Strategies for Roth IRAs You May Not Have Thought Of (Yet)

Most people think of the obvious tax benefits Roth IRAs offer, but these accounts have some less-obvious advantages that savvy savers – whether young and just starting out or newly retired – can tap into as well, according to Chad Chubb of WealthKeel. Plus: When and Why You Might Consider a Strategic Roth Conversion

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Ever Dream of Having a Building Named After Yourself?

Gifting through a private foundation can offer naming rights advantages, generally without the worry of breaking the strict self-dealing rules set by the IRS – if you do it right. Jeffrey D. Haskell and Jennifer E. Bruckman of Foundation Source explain. Plus: 5 Charitable Surprises about High-Net-Worth Families

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Investment Strategies for the 4 Stages of the Economic Cycle

The U.S. economy is cyclical in nature, surging ahead and pulling back in waves over time. Investors’ portfolios need to change with the rise and the fall of that economic tide. Sean Burke of Stuart Estate Planning Wealth Advisors outlines how to go with the flow. Plus: The 100 Most Popular Mutual Funds for 401(k) Retirement Savings

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