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Subject: Kid's education Date: 10/11/2000 8:33 PM
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Grandma gets touchy when we talk about death or nursing homes or anything different than the world she lives in now.Why would a person need a living will?
She's 70 and in fair health. I think there is an IRA or403B.We won't need the money later(if she dies in 10 or more years).Right now things are tight and my daughter starts high school(Catholic,$5000yr)next year.
Is there a way Grandma can contribute to her grandkids(2)education or lifestyle that can benefit her and the kids now instead of an overtaxed semi-windfall later??
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