The note below is what I shared today with a Client and want to share with you too… This is no doubt a uncomfortable situation. At 360 Family Office we have a investment philosophy aligned with Dimensional Fund Advisors. That philosophy is built by Nobel Prize winners as well as […]
Planning for a successful future isn’t homogenous. It simply can’t be. The needs that you and your business have are likely to be different from every other owner and business out there. So, the question you might ask about planning for future success isn’t, “How should I do this?” Instead, […]
The challenges of estate planning are being exacerbated by the growing phenomena of ‘gray divorce,’ or the breakup of marriages among couples who are over 50 years of age. Conflict among family members and other heirs already is the biggest stumbling block to successful estate planning and divorce among older […]
More and more families are double-checking their wealth plans to determine whether those plans are really up to the tasks assigned to them. But to get real value from stress tests, it’s important to work with the right people. Click here to read the report.
Congratulations—you’re selling your business for big bucks! Have you planned for the big windfall that’s coming your way? If not, you may be putting your financial future at risk. Here’s how to make sure you’re set up for success. It’s published by BSW Inner Circle, a global financial concierge group […]
Are there 12 Steps for Financial Success? Here’s what I came up with.
Many extremely wealthy people have a much better handle than others on a key concept of success: the long game. The long game means having a concrete vision of your ideal future down the road—years or even decades from now—and taking specific, carefully considered action steps at every stage along […]
Insightful report about safeguarding your trust. I saw this report about how important it can be to have a trust protector for your trust. A trust protector ensures that a trustee is always acting ethically—and can fire the trustee if he or she spots misconduct. Having a trust protector can […]
A primary theme is to sit quietly. There are many factors that go into a portfolio allocation. Mostly it is risk. To reduce risk one wants to buy at the cheapest point – “on sale”, and never sell things to others “on sale” When the assets in a portfolio are […]
Starting a conversation with parents about their estate and after-life plans can be a daunting notion. Is it my business? Will Mom or Dad misunderstand my motive?