“I don’t like talking about money; it’s a bit vulgar isn’t it?”
“You should be grateful for the opportunity and the exposure that we are offering you.”
Plenty of men I’m close to have died, but I’ve never inherited money before.
Let’s say I have more disposable income in 10 years, and the Pacific Northwest hasn’t been crushed by a wall of water. That’s when I get to start giving back, right?
It’s the unspoken rules that are tricky. I don’t charge for our space and I won’t take money if you offer, but I do have expectations.
With more Millennials delaying or forgoing traditional adult milestones, such as marriage, home ownership, and parenthood, more young adults have time to take vacations with their parents well into adulthood. But it raises an awkward question: who pays for this shared time away from home?
Technically they can afford to pay full price for themselves, the child, and the other adult. $84 won’t make or break them.
‘I’m downsizing my life and giving up all my possessions to focus on experiences and friendships.’
Pick a dollar figure that you think wealthy parents told Merrill Lynch is too much to leave to a single child, and then pick another figure for how much wealthy parents think is too little.