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Saving Money as an Empty-Nester
Saving Money as an Empty-Nester

Many parents are tempted to splurge on themselves once they are free of child-related expenses. Celebratory spending sprees may have significant staying power, lasting much longer than originally anticipated. Continued spending of this newly-acquired discretionary income ...

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    Many parents are tempted to splurge on themselves once they are free of child-related expenses. Celebratory spending sprees may have significant staying power, lasting much longer than originally ...

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