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By Greg Jankowski The holidays may be known for sugar and spice and everything nice, but for high-net-worth individuals, they offer a prime opportunity for charitable gifting. While cash donations are an obvious play, gifting appreciated stock, or contributing to causes through a donor advised fund may actually offer more perks – both for the donor and for Continue ReadingRead Article
The financial benefit of Opportunity Zones is a critical consideration for investors as we head into 2019. The reason: many investors with appreciated assets and unrealized gains find themselves walking a tightrope between the risks associated with a concentrated asset and paying taxes to realize a gain to reposition that asset. For those investors that have been playing the waiting Continue ReadingRead Article
Shareholding corporate officers in possession of material nonpublic information (MNPI) need a 10b5-1 plan. The reason: even legitimate trades can invite speculation due to the insider’s unique insights into the company. As we’ve discussed before, 10b5-1 plans are an effective solution. They offer a way for insiders to systematically diversify away from their company stock while satisfying SEC scrutiny. A Continue ReadingRead Article
I often get phone calls from successful entrepreneurs who just sold their business and are wondering how to properly manage their new wealth. This event brings with it significant opportunities along with sizable challenges, and thus requires a different planning approach than your past financial strategies. Three Steps for Managing New Wealth While I would recommend that any business owner Continue ReadingRead Article
By Josh Harlan & Cindy Gatlin On August 22, 2018, the U.S. stock market (as measured by the S&P 500 Index) set a record of the longest bull market on record. Since March 9, 2009, its widely acknowledged start date, this stretch of time without a 20% downward correction in the market has run for 3481 days as Continue ReadingRead Article
By Darren Reinig Families with considerable wealth possess multi-generational planning needs. In many cases, the senior generation built up enough assets, be it from businesses, real estate and other means to such a degree that the probability of them outliving their money is practically impossible. In other words, someone else will be using their assets. As such, many who acquire Continue ReadingRead Article