[Ep. 206] How to Talk to Your Parents About Money with Cameron Huddleston

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This episode is a must a listen because it’s about something we all need to think about. I’m talking about having that important yet awkward conversation with our parents about their financial situation. As we get older, it’s only natural for us to think about the future, and the future of our parents. Although they worry about us as their children, we also worry about them and want to make sure they’ve got everything organized and prepared too.

But, we’re still their children, so it’s a weird path to navigate. We want to respect them, but we also want to protect them. Which is why I’ve got Cameron Huddleston on the show to share her insight into this topic.

She is an award-winning journalist with more than 17 years of experience writing about personal finance and she also recently wrote the book Mom & Dad, We Need to Talk about this very subject. As she explains in our interview together, she had a personal experience with her mother that inspired her to write this book. Now, I hope her story inspires you…plus I’m also giving away a copy of her book!

Visit jessicamoorhouse.com/contests to enter to win a copy of her book!

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As your parents age, you'll want to make sure you have one very important, yet difficult conversation with them...about their money situation. Here's how to do it tactfully.

As your parents age, you\'ll want to make sure you have one very important, yet difficult conversation with them...about their money situation. Here\'s how to do it tactfully. #personalfinance #estateplanning #moneytalks
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  • Leona Nosterud
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    I found a lot of value in this podcast. I have been sending the in case of emergency form to anyone that will listen to me go on about the importance of financial and life planning. Thank you!

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