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Aging Parents With Lots of Stuff, and Children Who Don’t Want It by TOM VERDE


By TOM VERDE

How to dispose of a lifetime of memories and keepsakes? These days, it pays to ask a professional, not your heirs.

Published: August 17, 2017 at 07:00PM… 9 more words

Finance

Squabbles Over the Family Summer Home? Don’t Hire a Lawyer Just Yet by PAUL SULLIVAN


By PAUL SULLIVAN

Transformative mediation, which aims to resolve underlying conflicts, is one alternative to litigation. It’s even used by the United States Postal Service. 13 more words

Finance

Boba controversy at The New York Times

The New York Times created a controversy recently when they created a feature about bubble tea.


The paper tried to claim that boba was something new which was a little strange because the paper featured the drink… 367 more words

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A $2,500 Tax Credit for Students Has a Few Pitfalls by ANN CARRNS


By ANN CARRNS

Planning early in the school year may help families avoid complications at tax time, financial planners and student aid experts say.

Published: August 17, 2017 at 07:00PM… 9 more words

Finance

According to latest breaking news, the republican President Donald Trump has finally shown his chief strategist Steve Bannon the exit door. This is a big win for other White House staff like the National Security Adviser, General H.R. 994 more words

Politics

Hard-Won Advice in Books on Aging and Elder Care by RON LIEBER


By RON LIEBER

Readers told our columnist what they had read and found useful, and he reports back on family conversations, division of labor, Medicaid and more. 12 more words

Finance

Below is a post election New York Times article featuring a former White supremacist, which again was very prescient to the Charlottesville, VA. events, where a white nationalist rally turned violent this past weekend (8/12/17). 1,788 more words

Politics