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More Than Money is the pioneering guidebook that integrates the concept of traditional tactical wealth management with the strategic "soft skills" today's families must understand to effectively manage significant wealth.
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Prosperous families around the world face unexpected challenges as they encounter the modern global environment. But, as subsequent generations are educated and trained in faraway lands and diverse cultures, new influences enter the family. The resulting conflicts can bring significant stress to the family and risk to the family enterprise, especially at times of generational transition.
It explains the practical, commonsense strategies that families in each culture and their advisors can use to resolve the differences threatening the fabric of the family. The lifelong guide to effective family wealth management strategy, Family Capital provides a unique and practical lesson on wealth management.
Instead of lectures and dry discussion, this engaging book follows an archetypal wealthy family through several generations and collateral family units to show you what effective family capital management looks like long-term. You will actually listen in on meetings between the family and its wealth advisor as they grapple with the many challenges family investors face. Expert wealth advisor Gregory Curtis provides advice and insight along the way, explaining why each strategy is effective, and how you can put it to work for you. An insightful and practical guide to family trusts.
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Questions like, "How much is enough? Based on over 30 years of experience advising and helping wealthy families, Tim provides clear, practical and useable guidance for using wealth to benefit and strengthen future generations—without tearing them apart. The Middle Way provides an understandable process for creating a Family Wealth Plan, for working with advisors, and for educating and preparing the coming generations. The Middle Way is a gift to anyone who has ever wondered about the impact of wealth on their children and their future.
An essential guidebook for individuals who have been named as trustee of personal trusts for family members or friends. Written by an expert who has more than two decades experience working with families to create, administer, and benefit from trusts, this primer is a "go to" resource for anyone who has been named as a trustee.
The text incorporates a worksheet throughout that can help a trustee organize information, thoughts and questions to best serve as trustee. Key concepts are distilled to their essential elements. The tone is encouraging and easy to read while maintaining a sense of the seriousness, and importance, of the trustee's role.
Also helpful for anyone setting up a trust as part of an estate plan or who is already a trust beneficiary. Taking responsibility for and integrating with newly acquired wealth goes way beyond financial planning and investment management. The Cabin is a fun, informative look at how the near-perfect family office is possible by placing the members in the forefront and viewing overhead and employees as investments rather than costs. It is a journey of discovery, as three colleagues team up, tap the greatest minds in the family-office industry, and assemble all of the collected wisdom into an enjoyable structure.
Readers with existing family offices will take away ideas on improving operations for the benefit of family and staff; those in the process of forming a new family office will learn how to start off on the right foot and contribute to their family's joyful wealth for generations to come. The Confident Inheritor. For the first time in print, Myra Salzer exposes the myths around the platinum handcuffs inheritors often receive along with the wealth.
Myra shares the secret to integrating with your wealth to move into the future with great confidence.
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