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As a baby boomer, I didn’t grow up with this culture of entitlement — do I have to leave my estate to my children or spouse?

‘It seems like lots of people of varying ages seem to believe that they have rights to an inheritance, often by virtue of being a DNA relative and sometimes by virtue of a marriage.’

3 reasons NOT to do your holiday shopping on your smartphone

More Americans are using their mobile devices for online shopping, but there are risks.

Someone paying $120,000 for a banana duct-taped to a wall at Art Basel is the perfect picture of wealth inequality

Art sales and auctions have been setting records, which could be another sign of the wealth gap, according to a Citi report

‘Make eye contact’ — how to help people who are homeless this holiday season (and what NOT to do)

‘Wage inequality, racial inequities and a severe shortage of affordable rental homes leave too many vulnerable people unable to afford their housing.’

New Zealand is one of many popular tourist destinations that have active volcanoes

On any given day, roughly 20 volcanoes are actively erupting around the world.

There’s been a disturbing rise in cellphone injuries over the past 20 years

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‘It’s NOT fair!’ — after 3 years of marriage, I’ll only inherit 10% of my husband’s $2M estate and the right to live in his home

‘After visiting with his daughter he made a new will with a trust. I also have to pay the expenses, which I probably can’t afford.’

It’s not your imagination — Netflix doesn’t have as many movies as it used to

‘Netflix saw the writing on the wall many years ago, which is why they shifted to focus on original content.’

The newest frontier for financial advice: TikTok

The video-sharing app TikTok is full of silly lip-synch videos, but it also has several accounts aimed at saving you thousands of dollars.

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