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    Alley-side Pickup: 10am - 7pm

    3038 Hennepin Ave Minneapolis, MN
    612-822-4611

Open Daily: 10am - 10pm | Alley-side Pickup: 10am - 7pm
3038 Hennepin Ave Minneapolis, MN
612-822-4611
Entrusted: Building a Legacy That Lasts

Entrusted: Building a Legacy That Lasts

Howell, Andrew L.
York, David R.

Hardcover

Business GeneralPersonal FinanceGeneral Law

ISBN10: 0692558268
ISBN13: 9780692558263
Publisher: Lightning Source Inc
Published: Nov 1 2015
Pages: 236
Weight: 0.90
Height: 0.56 Width: 5.50 Depth: 8.50
Language: English

When it comes to estate planning and the effective transfer of wealth, most discussions involving the terms wealth and money use those terms interchangeably. Although the two are not the same, most estate planners today do not even broach this concept with their clients or include the less-tangible aspects of wealth as they draft an estate plan. They simply develop an estate plan that prepares the family's financial assets to be dumped, divided, deferred, and dissipated among the members of the next generation. These estate plans typically reflect a very linear way of thinking. In other words, if transferring some amount of financial wealth is good, then transferring more financial wealth is better. Not only is this approach is myopic and simplistic, but it's ultimately destructive because it focuses on the fire (the result) and not on the flint and kindling (the tools and resources that produce the result).

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