Seriously, Sometimes It Pays to Skip Taking an Inheritance

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One of the best ways to use an inheritance may be to not inherit at all. It sounds counterintuitive to give up wealth, yet experts say so-called disclaimers can be a smart financial move whether you’re planning your own estate or find yourself on the receiving end of an inheritance.

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