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Don't have a will? You're not alone.

by Kimberly Adams Aug 23, 2018
More than half of Americans don't have a will. We help you get started.
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The importance of living wills for singles

by Tess Vigeland Nov 13, 2012
The passing of a loved one creates obvious emotional crisis for a family. But it can also fuel a financial crisis -- especially if there's no will.
The passing of a loved one creates obvious emotional crisis for a family. But it can also fuel a financial crisis -- especially if there's no will.
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Scant detail in big banks' 'living wills'

by Marketplace Contributor Jul 4, 2012
The nine biggest banks in the U.S. have submitted plans for how to avoid a taxpayer bailout if they become insolvent. But will these plans work?
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Planning for the end of life

by Chris Farrell Jun 5, 2012
I am a 52-year-old single woman with no children. I have three older siblings and several nieces and nephews, although we are not particularly close (not estranged, just not close). This summer, my goal is to put in place basic…

How military spouses hold down the home front

by Tess Vigeland May 25, 2012
Military families have some unique financial challenges compared to civilians. But citizens can learn a thing or two from the foresight these families apply to their finances.
Family members and U.S. soldiers embrace following a welcome home ceremony for troops returning from Iraq.
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Will Writing 101

by Chris Farrell Apr 6, 2012
I recall hearing about an intro book to wills and estate planning on one of the podcasts. Can you let me know the title or refer me to a good introductory book? I'm looking to put a will together soon…
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Thinking about a living trust

by Chris Farrell Apr 5, 2012
There are many DIY software programs for setting up living trusts. Do you recommend going that route vs. utilizing an estate planning lawyer who'll charge full-fee? What is a reasonable fee range for a certified estate planning lawyer to set…

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Getting Personal: Trashing your old tax documents

by Sarah Gardner Mar 9, 2012
Host Sarah Gardner and MSN's Liz Weston answers your personal finance conundrums.

Putting your mind to it: The willpower instinct

by Tess Vigeland Feb 23, 2012
Whether you want to lose weight or save money, you're gonna need the secret ingredient: willpower. Psychologist Kelly McGonigal discusses the art and science of self control.
Putting our minds to what shapes our decisions is one way to get control of personal finances.
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Moving into an assisted living center

by Chris Farrell Feb 21, 2012
Hello, I have and older aunt who is beginning to think about end-of-life issues and is planning to move into an assisted living community. She has no family nearby and is trying to do everything on her own, which is…