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Talking to Parents About Their Money is Hard

Listen, somebody is going to cry over socks in this episode, just so you’re prepared. We’re talking about how to have the conversations we need to have to make sure our parents are safe and happy as they age, and in the course of a short thirtyish minutes have at least three Eureka! moments about youthful hubris, parental wisdom, and socks. You don’t want to miss this one, but definitely bring tissues.

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Show Highlights

  • 4:56 – The gang gets real about talking to their parents about money
  • 11:36 – What are the important things for you to know about your parents money?
  • 17:30 – What are the expectations around longterm care?
  • 21:40 – Separating the money from the feelings
  • 26:20 – Using technology as an excuse to start the conversation
  • 29:33 – Sandi figures out something huge
  • 38:04 – We make resolutions … and Sandi cries

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