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25 03, 2018

Brave and Courageous Children

By |2024-06-24T01:10:31+00:00March 25, 2018|Next Generation, Values|Comments Off on Brave and Courageous Children

My heart is bursting with pride for this rising generation. Often referred to as the Z Generation … they should be re­named the Change Generation. And, the most powerful speakers are the Gen Z-ers.

Brave and courageous children and young adults with strong moral fiber […]

24 03, 2018

The Next Generation is Determined to Move the Needle

By |2023-09-05T22:37:42+00:00March 24, 2018|Empowerment, Impact of Wealth, Next Generation, Philanthropy, Wealth Transfer|Comments Off on The Next Generation is Determined to Move the Needle

By 2061, a new generation of donors is expected to inherit an estimated $59 trillion dollars and to donate almost half of that to charity. Additionally, there are an increasing number of the next generation that has earned their own fortunes at a young age, and have begun stepping up […]

17 01, 2018

Too Early (or Too Late) for the Inheritance Conversation

By |2023-09-05T22:42:17+00:00January 17, 2018|Family, Impact of Wealth, Inheritance, Wealth, Wealth Transfer|Comments Off on Too Early (or Too Late) for the Inheritance Conversation

In The Opposite of Spoiled, Ron Lieber referenced several studies that showed that as early as age 3, children had begun making assumptions about class as it relates to money. By Age 6, children had begun keeping score of possessions and judging accordingly. By […]

16 01, 2017

Trends in Philanthropy, 2017

By |2023-09-05T22:35:21+00:00January 16, 2017|Donor, Philanthropy|Comments Off on Trends in Philanthropy, 2017

A number of very good “trends in philanthropy” studies have been conducted over the last couple of years. Below are highlights from a compilation of several reports.*

Gen X­ers and Millennials Could be the Most Significant Philanthropists Ever

  • The wealthiest 10% of Americans now own 75% of all the wealth in […]
1 08, 2016

Allocating Funds: How Do You Decide?

By |2023-09-05T22:32:10+00:00August 1, 2016|Trust, Trustee|Comments Off on Allocating Funds: How Do You Decide?

Shortly after turning 21, she had her first meeting with her trustee. In addition to hearing about the terms of her trust, she also had her first glimpse into the allocation process that her parents and grandparents went through. It was an eye­opener to […]

25 07, 2016

Let’s Talk About It…The Impact of Wealth

By |2023-09-05T22:30:29+00:00July 25, 2016|Financial Advisors, Legal Advisor, Trustee, Wealth|Comments Off on Let’s Talk About It…The Impact of Wealth

The first time you discovered that you would be receiving a significant amount of money … enough money to change your life … how did you feel? Did it make you pause? Did you suddenly feel different and isolated from your friends? What did […]

25 07, 2016

It’s All About Empowerment

By |2023-09-05T22:29:00+00:00July 25, 2016|Empowerment|Comments Off on It’s All About Empowerment

We’ve all been in a position where someone has asked us for money … or been the one asking for money. Whether the “ask” be for a donation to charity, or a request for a loan, or an investment in a new business venture, […]

15 12, 2014

A Gift of Love

By |2023-09-05T22:27:15+00:00December 15, 2014|Family|Comments Off on A Gift of Love

My mother decided to try something very brave one Christmas. Instead of a bunch of toys, she gave each of us a gift she had made herself: a handmade collage about her life with us. Mine was composed of cutout photos of me at […]

31 10, 2014

PANKs and PUNKs: What Are You Talking About?

By |2023-09-05T22:24:29+00:00October 31, 2014|Inheritance, Wealth|Comments Off on PANKs and PUNKs: What Are You Talking About?

Cameron Diaz, who has no children, was present at the birth of all her three nieces and admits she spoils them rotten. “Whatever they want, they get. I cannot resist … being an aunt is the most important role in my life.”

While over­indulging and spoiling our nieces and nephews feels […]

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