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Five Estate Planning Myths Debunked

No one likes to face their own mortality, but estate planning is an important part of every individual’s life. It can be easy to push these plans off into the future, but setting aside time now to get these items squared away can provide peace of mind for yourself as well as your loved ones. Here are some common misconceptions about estate planning along with an explanation of why they are dangerous myths. I have

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Key Features of Executive Compensation Packages

Whether evaluating competing offers for a new position or placement, or desiring to broaden understanding of a current package, looking at the key components of executive compensation packages can be a valuable exercise. Doing so can help ensure fair and equitable earnings are being offered and can help an executive avoid common mistakes and pitfalls that can prove quite costly. It’s important for an executive to approach their compensation in the same way they might

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Why Corporate Executives Need Specialized Financial Planning

While the compensation structure of a corporate executive is definitely one of the perks of rising in the ranks, the vast complexities of the modern executive compensation package also leave the door open for missteps around every corner. Many freshly minted executives want to keep managing their personal income, retirement, and tax preparation, because that’s the way they’ve been doing it for years. But tap a longtime executive on the shoulder for a piece of

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Life 2.0: Post Pandemic Financial Considerations When Exiting the Corporate Life

If you’re a C-suite executive who plans on exiting the corporate life, you may want to take your foot off the proverbial accelerator. While visions of sipping a margarita by the beach alongside your loved ones may be filling your daydreams, we also know you’d like the peace of mind that financial security brings when you do make your departure. Before making life-altering decisions like retirement or career changes, you’ll want to make sure your

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Things to Consider When Selling Your Business

When you’ve run a business for many years, its day-to-day operations consume the lion’s share of your attention and focus—as they should. There’s always life after business, though, and it can be hard to find the time to consider how and when you’d like to transition out of ownership, much less how you’d like that transition to look. Do you have plans to keep your company in the family or sell it to employees? Are

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Recession 2022: Prepare your Finances for Any Scenario

Between the rising gas prices and the conflict in Ukraine, even the most optimistic among us are feeling a bit of anxiety. Recent stock market volatility has contributed to the worries. Spokespeople in the media have begun to talk about entering bear market territory. Has the Fed done so much to combat inflation that the economy is headed into Recession 2022 instead? It is true that the U.S. has successfully produced economic rebounds in the

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