Common pitfalls of transferring wealth
Tax saving strategies
Definitions of estate trust types
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Preserving and transferring wealth is one of the most common reasons why families consider financial management services.
Too often personal wealth is lost due to factors such as
- Tax filing statuses
- Relocation of state residence
- And the fine print found within existing trust and estate plans
Our job is to help our clients avoid these pitfalls and minimize the risk of paying more than what you have to.
Within this white paper written by our Managing Director, William Wang, CFP®, are two unique case studies that uncover every day problems that families face when passing their personal wealth to their named and sometimes unnamed benefactors.
As well as descriptions of the practices our firm uses to avoid these problems that we often encounter with our clients.
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