Inheritances go to debts, college costs

Cope, Debra
July 1994
American Banker;7/21/1994, Vol. 159 Issue 139, p31
Trade Publication
Reports on the survey showing that baby boomers who stand to inherit more than ten trillion dollars in coming years are heavily inclined to use the money to repay debts or put their children through college. Basis for the survey; Sources of financial advice.


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