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Finances After Kids

Finances After Kids

Sep 1, 2012

How will our finances change after the kids leave home and how will we protect our nest eggs?

“Financial planners note that in addition to paring down the grocery bill, there are a number of other important steps to take to ferret out hidden cost after the kids leave home and reallocate that disposable income towards retirement.” says Dawn Kawamoto of The Daily Financial, an AOL money and finance site.

On this site we are given top tips for shaving off some of the cost that we have been carrying for years.  One of the tips that caught my eye was to “close the bank of mom and dad”.  Read more of those top tips from The Daily Financial (June 2011)

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