Imparting a legacy with your family is one of the most important things you can do in life. One of the ways to impart that legacy is to teach your children how to properly manage their money. According to a Pew Research Report, for the first time since 1880, young adults aged 18-24 (also known as Millennials) are more likely to live with their parents, than any other arrangement. Yikes!
What if something happened to me while my kids are still in school? Would they still be able to go to college? Would my spouse be able to stay in our current home? Would they have to downsize? What if one of the breadwinners in our house became disabled? Would we be able to maintain our current lifestyle and care for them?
Will I be financially ready to retire? What is the best way to save for my kids’ college? Should I take Social Security early? Is our home properly insured? When should I start looking at Medicare? Would my family be taken care if something happened to me tomorrow? What if I became disabled? Could we still maintain our lifestyle? YIKES!
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By Daniel S. Miller, CFP® and President of Miller Financial Group, Inc.