2020 Wealth Management Insights
It can be easier than you might think to boost your efficiency and effectiveness—at the office and at home. That could mean a smoother path to doing what needs to be done so you can cultivate a happier, more fulfilling life. Here's how to make it happen.
Chances are, you know that you likely need to tap the expertise of multiple professionals to pursue optimal financial results in your life. That’s because finding one single professional with the full depth and breadth of knowledge required to effectively address all of your wealth management needs and wants—especially the complex ones—can feel like searching for the proverbial needle in a haystack.
The number of at-home workers has skyrocketed this year as the novel coronavirus caused companies across the country to temporarily lock their doors.
Here’s an uncomfortable truth you need to accept: Someday—hopefully in the very distant future—you are going to die. The good news: You can make that moment easier on your heirs by taking a few simple steps.
Does what you buy make you happy, deep down? If not, consider allocating more of your spending to experiences that help create meaning and satisfaction that stick with you. Here’s a look at how eschewing stuff in favor of experiences may help you live your best life.
Are your heirs ready to deal with wealth you may be planning to pass on to them someday? Inheritors often struggle with their windfalls in ways that can be hazardous to their health and their wealth. Find out how the Super Rich prep their heirs for their inheritance.
Are your current financial and legal solutions set up to deliver the results you want and need? Are you sure? A stress test can put those solutions through their paces and tell you if they’re likely to behave as expected.
Stop trying to find the time for the things that give us pleasure in life—and start making that time. Check out these savvy ways to actively create the type of meaningful, fulfilling life that eludes so many of us.
Picking the “right” financial advisor for you means determining whether an advisor’s expertise and solutions are a good fit for your needs, goals and level of financial complexity. Here are the four types of advisors you’ll encounter—and how they stack up against each other.
Disagreements and infighting among family members can erode or even destroy assets that took years to build. A family governance plan that addresses the human and technical issues of family wealth can potentially help prevent the worst from happening.
When people are confronted with adversity, opportunity or both, they often react quickly—with the intention of dealing with the situation rapidly and moving forward.