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As Baby Boomers and their parents age, we’re receiving more questions about how to manage their housing and their inheritances. We’ll continue to publish these questions, comments and our responses, and encourage you to keep sending them our way.

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In yards with lots of trees, make sure to regularly rake up the leaves and remove leaf piles.

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Can video games teach your kids about money? 4 ways to start the discussion with guest Kimberly Palmer, Credit Card and Personal Finance Exper…

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Can video games teach your kids about money? 4 ways to start the discussion with guest Kimberly Palmer, Credit Card and Personal Finance Exper…

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Colleges and universities are using federal money from the American Rescue Plan to clear outstanding debts for students and recent graduates who enrolled in their institution on or after March 13, 2020. Both students and their respective institutions will benefit from this debt clearance, according to Chittenden. The debt clearance will enable students to continue with their education and pursue career goals, he writes. Meanwhile, institutions will be able to clear debts without tapping into their own finances.

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Unfortunately, meal points or money added to a meal plan usually don’t roll over from year to year — if you don’t use the money, you lose it. If the school gives first-years an option to choose their meal plan, it’s best to start low and see how much your student needs. Many colleges give you the opportunity to replenish meal-plan funds midyear. You could also supplement a student’s meal plan with gift cards to local grocery stores or restaurants. You can buy gift cards at GiftCertificates.com.

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