Inheritance Denied For Some Baby Boomers' Kids

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GUESTS:

Keith Banks, President of U.S Trust

Alvin Hall, Tell Me More's regular financial contributor

Fifty-one percent of millionaire Baby Boomers do not think it's important to leave money to their children. They feel they should be able to enjoy their hard-earned cash. That's according to a survey conducted by the investment firm U.S Trust. Tell Me More explores the pros and cons of saving your money for yourself.

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