Financial Tips For Living Well
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We associate a lot of things with living well: swimming pools, fancy houses, tennis courts. But these things may not make you happy. Instead, consider these routes to living well.

  • Get a financial advisor. Have this resource on hand to help you make concrete plans.
  • Be realistic. Understand that even a million dollars is not a limitless sum of money, and you need to be thoughtful to make it last.
  • Plan for the future. Having an estate plan in place can help ensure that your wishes are carried out with less stress for your loved ones.
  • Talk about it. Research shows that families and couples who communicate openly about money have fewer arguments.
  • Pat yourself on the back. However you got your money, it’s great news. Take some time to enjoy the feeling!
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