In this episode of the Wealth Actually Podcast, I speak with my good friend, Paul Sullivan. Paul wrote the wildly popular Wealth Matters column in the New York Times and currently writes the Money Game column for Golf Magazine.
The College Admission season is in full swing and it brings it usual stresses. However in the world of intergenerational planning, it’s a unique opportunity for families to discuss their core values and the development of their
“Shirtsleeves to shirtsleeves in three generations” is as old as commerce itself. Family enterprises rarely make it beyond three generations for many reasons. Today, we hear the story of the Grossman family from BEN
On the referral of a colleague, I interviewed the Nashville-based, LEONORA WILLIAMSON. She is an expert in family business dynamics, corporate citizenship and executive coaching and she has unique insights into the world of
The 75th “Wealth Actually” Podcast . . . Wow . . . it seems like I just started this project a few months ago. It has been 4 and a half years since the first one . . . it’s alarming how fast time flies.
Occasionally, I get to speak with someone in the industry that both affirms my experiences, but also pushes my thinking and worldview. DAVID C WELLS JR, CEO of Family Capital Strategy, fits that bill on the topic of advising
Estate Plans: The Sticking Point The discussion around estate plans is rarely easy- especially with parents and grandparents. Dealing with one’s mortality , potentially different treatment of beneficiaries, emotional
As businesses and business owners struggle the impact of COVID-19 on operations going forward, I thought it would be useful to revisit the issue of asset protection for wealthy families. Liability is around every corner and the