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Are You Wasting Money? Part Three: Taxes, Insurance, Not Bidding and Negotiating

So far in this series on wasting money, we have looked at how people may overpay for housing, interest, transportation, food, clothing and entertainment. In this last part, we will look at a few more areas in which we may pay more than necessary--taxes, insurance, not obtaining bids for services, and not negotiating for large purchases. While you may already be astute in these areas, sharing good financial practices like these with your children and/or grandchildren can be part of your legacy, as you help them prepare to be prudent and responsible beneficiaries. And, for tax management and risk management (via insurance coverage), your legal and advisory team can produce integrated tools to

Are You Wasting Money? Part Two: Food, Clothing and Entertainment

In Part One of this series on wasting money, we looked at housing, interest and transportation--areas in which you or your loved ones may be wasting larger amounts of money. In Part Two, we will look at how money can be wasted in everyday areas of life--specifically food, clothing and entertainment. In many ways, it is the routine purchases that occur without planning that subsequently accumulate to large amounts. An area of high importance when making beneficiary distributions is for the money to be used in meaningful ways such as home purchases, education, and investing and not simply to cover shortfalls in month-to-month expenditures. These simple lessons are helpful reminders for every

Are You Wasting Money? Part One: Housing, Interest, and Transportation

Most of us are guilty of wasting money in one way or another. Often we are so busy that we pay too much for convenience, and we don't comparison shop or look for bargains. Sometimes we waste money because we just stay in the same routines--shopping at the same stores, eating at the same places, using the same services. And sometimes, especially if we don't keep good records of how we spend our money, we may not even realize how much money we are wasting. In this three-part series, we look at ways that money is wasted. While it may not apply to you, there are others in your life such as children or grandchildren that will benefit from these lessons. For those with budgeting discipline, an ele

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