How to Approach Your Parents About Their Will

How to Approach Your Parents About Their WillAs the Baby Boomer generation ages, so do their parents.  Conversations between siblings and their parents about money and finances are traditionally taboo, yet as parents age the management of their finances have an increasingly greater impact on their children, as they become involved with care decisions.   

This Financial Post article How to Approach Your Parents about their Will Before It’s Too Late  outlines the factors as to why this discussion should come sooner than later.

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