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Best Way To ‘Cut Off’ Your Adult Children

A lot of life is about maintaining perspective and managing expectations… especially for people in retirement.  One of the biggest challenges for new and soon-to-be retirees is how to say “no” to adult children.  Whether it’s denying them money for a business idea, giving them cash to cover past due bills, or financing their divorce, chances are they’re going to keep asking until you go broke or say “no.” Best Way To ‘Cut Off’ Your Adult Children

https://www.forbes.com/sites/robertlaura/2013/11/12/best-way-to-cut-off-your-adult-children/#790945c3b91d

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