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Preparing for retirement can uncover a host of questions and "what ifs". But with proper planning, you and your loved ones can be ready for whatever comes your way.
There are multiple directions in which people may need to extend financial help to loved ones including adult children, grandchildren, parents, in-laws and siblings.
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1) Merrill Lynch Private Banking and Investment Group: "Is There Love in Money: Reframing Wealth," February 2016
2) Merrill Lynch / Age Wave Study: "Family & Retirement: The Elephant in the Room," November 2013
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