Even if you do get inherited money, you’re likely to be in your 60s yourself by the time you get it.
When my father set up his estate trust, he made the ultimate beneficiaries both his children and grandchildren in equal shares. His thinking was that a good sum of money, but not a fortune, can be very useful when you’re in your 30s and have a house and kids. He wasn’t wrong.
Poor people plan for Saturday night, wealthy people plan for generations.
As a parent, I find it satisfying to provide a bit for my offspring when I’m gone.
To others, you can’t take it with you so spend it now.
To each his own.