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The Top 10 Pieces of Retirement Advice You Can Give Your Millennial

If you're a parent with kids in their 20s or 30s -- or any kids at all -- you're probably no stranger to worrying about their future, including their financial future.

As you watch your now-adult children venture out into the real world, though, you may see them focusing almost entirely on their financial needs in the here-and-now -- paying the rent, determining just how much health or renters insurance they can afford, etc. While learning how to manage their financial needs now is important, though, they also need guidance about how to secure their future.

There are certain underlying principles you can teach your kids now that, if followed, will help them secure financial independence in

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