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10 Things Baby Boomers Won't Say (SmartMoney)

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The rapidly aging “Me” generation, perhaps not so surpisingly, is putting itself first when it comes to financial planning – and not sharing the wealth with family members. Kids of Boomers shouldn’t expect substantial inheritances, as their sometimes-poorly prepared parents will need the money themselves in retirement. But they can expect their debt-saddled parents to move in with them instead – and need to deal with a litany of health issues as the Boomers age.