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What to Do When You Inherit Money

Guests: Marla Brill *Author, Windfall: Managing Unexpected Money Before It Manages You (Alpha Books, 2001) *Financial columnist and founder of "www.mutualfundsinteractive.com" Eileen Gallo *Co-founder, "The Gallo Institute" *Co-author, Silver Spoon Kids: How Successful Parents Raise Responsible Children (Contemporary, 2001) Jon Gallo *Estate Planner *Co-founder, "The Gallo Institute" *Co-author, Silver Spoon Kids: How Successful Parents Raise Responsible Children (Contemporary, 2001) It's safe to say that a good percentage of the American population will come into some amount of money in their lifetime. It could be from the lottery or a family inheritance. Either way, a sudden windfall can throw you into a tailspin if you aren't prepared for all the financial decisions you'll need to make.

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