Gen Xers: Get Your Financial House in Order [On-Demand Webinar]
5 Ways Gen Xers Can Balance Family Finances and Save for Retirement
The work-life balance struggle is real, and anxiety about finances is partly to blame. It’s not too late to get a handle on finances, improve budgeting, retirement planning, and much more. Get started by watching our free webinar today.
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Homes can represent so much, including family memories or historical significance. But inheriting a home can be a bittersweet experience for the receiver. On one hand, the asset could provide long-term financial stability. On the other, it could be a source of stress – especially if the home you inherit comes with a mortgage.
Do you agree on your financial goals, budget, and money habits? Watch Savant’s director of financial planning Anne Mank and financial advisor Wayne Titus discuss strategies for financial harmony in your relationship in this recorded webinar.
In some cases, elderly parents may need to move in with their adult children to receive assistance with daily tasks and medical care. While this can be a great way for families to come together and provide support, it likely also involves additional expenses.