Your Smart Money Moves:  “It’s interesting that as parents age, especially when they get 70, they start thinking about their own mortality. It’s hard to know what to tell your kids. I’m a parent today. As parents they have kids that get older, they start to think about which of their kids they think are responsible and which aren’t especially when it comes to money. Many parents are nervous to tell their kids about how much money they have or what’s happening with the family finances because they either don’t want to bother their kids or they’re worried that their kids may change their lives based on how much they know their future inheritance will be. However, there are a lot of parents that don’t spend enough time talking to their kids about estate planning or overall long-term planning with their kids at all. If you wanted to cue your parents in on what they should tell you, here are four things that I think are a must.”