Boomers' Legacy? Stories Trump Cash
Maybe the financial havoc wreaked by the recession has given Boomeers a new appreciation for the courage, strength, wisdom and hope found in stories -- because 86 percent of Boomers surveyed agreed that family stories are the most important aspect of their legacy, according to a new survey from the Allianz Life Insurance Company of North America. Its American Legacies Pulse Study surveyed boomers (age 47 to 66) and "elders" (those age 72+) about inheritance issues.
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