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Anderson Cooper dubs inheritance a 'curse,' won't leave money to son

Anderson Cooper is making it clear that he has no plans to leave his son, Wyatt, much inheritance, believing unearned money is a "curse.""I don't believe in passing on huge amounts of money. I don't know what I'll have," the CNN newsman said the Morning Meeting podcast on Sept.

27. "I'm not that interested in money, but I don't intend to have some sort of pot of gold for my son.

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Anderson Cooper is making it clear that he has no plans to leave his son, Wyatt, much inheritance, believing unearned money is a "curse.""I don't believe in passing on huge amounts of money. I don't know what I'll have," the CNN newsman said the Morning Meeting podcast on Sept.
Anderson Cooper's son, Wyatt, may only be one years old, but the 54-year-old TV host is already thinking about his future. On Monday's episode of the podcast, Cooper got real about his financial plans when it comes to the toddler, revealing he's taking a page out of his mom, the late Gloria Vanderbilt's, parenting book. “I don’t believe in passing on huge amounts of money.

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