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Keeping It All in the Family:
Fostering Intergenerational Wealth Stewardship

A shocking 60%-70% of family fortunes dissipate by the second generation, with a dismal 90% gone by the third. Beyond the obvious financial implications, other legacies—like family businesses and philanthropic, charitable priorities—are also at risk.

How can this happen and, more importantly, what can you do about it?

The main culprits are lack of planning on behalf of benefactors and lack of preparation for their heirs. Family dynamics can get awkward when it comes to discussing and distributing wealth, causing many to simply avoid these conversations. Learn more about the importance of a proactive and purpose-driven wealth stewardship strategy.

New Year, New Priorities: Financial Resolutions

For some of us, 2020 may seem like the longest year ever and others may feel like it has flown by (or maybe a little bit of both). Normally as the year draws to a close, we reflect on the year that’s passed and start thinking about changes and resolutions. But as we know all too well, this year has been anything but normal.

As we approach what is likely one of the most welcome flips of the calendar, we’ve come up with a list of 10 straightforward tips that can help you as you plan for your financial future in 2021—and beyond.

Read "New Year, New Priorities: Financial Resolutions."