| 03 October 2012 | FAMILY EDGE |
With the number of people dying with no children or relatives on the rise, Germany is facing a potentially lucrative conundrum. The State is proving the only heir for a growing number of deceased persons. If this becomes an increasing trend in European countries, could it potentially help taxpayers out of some of their budget woes?
Leaving something to the children
In an ageing society, the question of inheritance is complex. Cultural factors count.
Boomers planning to take long SKI vacations
| 15 September 2011 | FAMILY EDGE |
That's SKI as in “Spending the Kids’ Inheritance”.