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To Successfully Pass Down Your Wealth, First Share Your Intent

Three children -- one is business-minded, one is a teacher and one is an artist -- grow up in a wealthy household. While they understand their fortunate circumstances, they don't understand just how much wealth their parents had accumulated. The parents face a conundrum: They want to begin communicating future plans and financial values to their children, but they don't know where to start because each child's money management acumen varies.

When it comes to passing on wealth to future generations and preserving family values, communicating

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