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Articles tagged: Family Dynamics

Organized philanthropy for families

Smart Giving Gives Back: The Surprising Benefits of Family Philanthropy

Philanthropy is important to many wealthy families, but many don’t have a structured plan. Learn how to give back with organized philanthropy.

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Family Dynamics in Business

The Art of Balancing Family Dynamics in Family-Owned Businesses

It’s vital to balance corporate governance with family dynamics. Family-owned businesses fail when relatives’ goals and values don’t align.

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Financial planning for women and wives

Women: It’s Time to Take Charge of Family Finances

Studies show a majority of wives are uninvolved in family finances. Here’s how advisors and spouses can address financial planning for women.

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6 Ways to Manage Family Wealth and Create Your Family Legacy

Your family legacy depends on managing family wealth and relationships in a way that fulfills a common mission. Six tips on creating your family’s purpose.

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family preparing food in the kitchen, representing how to create a Family Charter

How to Create a Family Business Charter

Successful family businesses often create a Family Charter or Family Business Constitution—a written agreement to guide decisions on boards, succession, hiring and more.

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Building the Best Strategy to Drive Cash Allocation

Do you have too much cash on hand? Cash allocation decisions are some of the trickiest for small businesses to face – make your cash work as hard as you do.

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6 Financial Tips for Widows in the Age of Coronavirus (COVID-19)

An aging population and global pandemic bring need for emotional and financial help for widows. Here are 6 financial tips for widows and widowers.

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a pathway between trees represents the trees, making a will, who needs a will and the importance of a will

I’m Not Very Wealthy, Should I Still Make a Will?

Don’t ask who needs a will. Ask how to make a will. Estate planning is important, regardless of the number of assets you own.

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a baby boomer woman, representing women and the great wealth transfer

The $68 Trillion Great Wealth Transfer Is Coming: What Most Advisors are Missing

The great wealth transfer from boomers to millennials is just around the corner, but are financial advisors overlooking boomer women and wealth?

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A bride and groom make heart hands, symbolizing their decision to open a joint account

Money Basics Series — Part 5: Is Your Relationship Ready for a Joint Account?

Are you rushing into a joint account with your significant other? These are the questions you should ask your partner before making the commitment.

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