There are several reasons the month of January is known as “Divorce Month.” Many people put off filing for divorce during the holidays for their children’s sake or they remain married through December 31 so they can file one more joint tax return. Once the calendar turns and a new year begins, estranged couples often begin the new year by scheduling a meeting with
This blog post links to an excellent article by Northern Trust which outlines several ways you can prepare for unexpeced health care costs beyond primary insurance coverage. Following these strategies, may provide you with peace of mind about your health and wealth in the future.
Some of the wealthiest investors, entrepreneurs, and families appear to be extremely skilled at playing the long game. That means they have a concrete vision of their ideal future years (or even decades) from now and they take specific, carefully considered action steps at every stage in an effort to maximize their ability to make that vision a reality.
Chances are, there are many days and weeks that leave you frustrated by how many tasks on your to-do list—at home, at work or both—you didn’t get done. But what if you could take action steps to streamline your work habits, get more done in less time, and free up more hours and more energy to devote to the people and activities that really matter to you?
A growing number of affluent individuals and families want to make a major difference in the world by supporting causes and charities that are deeply meaningful to them. But they often don’t know how to maximize the impact of their philanthropy—or effectively balance their charitable desires with their financial needs and responsibilities.