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Does Our Definition of “Legacy” Shift After 60?

What does “leaving a legacy” mean to you? When I was younger and just starting my family, I always thought of my “legacy” in terms of what I would be able to leave for my kids, financially speaking, when I passed away. But, now that I am getting a little older, my definition of “legacy” is broadening and I am starting to realize that money is the least important part of what my family will inherit from me.

In this morning’s show, I want to talk about the concept of “leaving a legacy.” Does it change over time? What can we really do to help those we love? I hope you will also join the conversation.

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What does “leaving a legacy” mean to you? What do you hope to leave behind for your loved ones when you are no longer here?

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Sixty and Me is a community of over 500,000 women over 60 founded by Margaret Manning. Our editorial team publishes articles on lifestyle topics including fashion, dating, retirement and money.

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