How to Inherit Money: A Guide to Making Good Financial Decisions After Losing Someone You Love
An indispensable book for the tens of millions of people who will inherit "trillions" of dollars in the coming decades, "How to Inherit Money" stresses the need to identify and resolve the symptoms of grief "before" making fundamental decisions about the management of an inheritance.
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The Inheritance Generation
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