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August 14, 2014 10:12 AM

Money Matters: Two things that new parents should not put off...but usually do

In addition to all of the new furniture purchases, college planning, budget changes, and baby-proofing, there are two very important things that new parents need to review – their life insurance and estate plan. These are arguably the two most important financial planning topics for new parents to be on top of, but they are also the two things that people tend to ignore or put off until a later date.

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