Attuned to the Importance of Wealth Preservation/Preparation
Wealth preservation is important for your family-owned business because it impacts both the family and the business. Protecting economic security benefits both the business and personal relationships. For family businesses, particularly those preparing for a transition in management, wealth preservation is a top priority.
If you're in the senior generation in a family-owned business, health concerns, family harmony and economic security are top concerns. Because the business is often your primary asset, wealth preservation is crucial. We can help you achieve it through an ownership transition plan designed to guarantee economic security. Wealth preservation plans take into account the multiple opportunities to save the owner/entrepreneur tax dollars.
HUBLER FOR BUSINESS FAMILIES AND WEALTH PRESERVATION.
We can help you create a transition plan that relieves your concerns. Money is one of the three most difficult topics of discussion. The emotional conflicts money creates for families and family-owned businesses are well documented. Professional financial strategies combined with thoughtful family discussions, can prevent your family relationships from eroding due to money.
WEALTH PRESERVATION AND WEALTH PREPARATION PLANNING: TOOLS FOR PROTECTING ASSETS AND RELATIONSHIPS.
Many family businesses prepare for the future through wealth preservation, a tool consisting of wills, tax preparation, trusts, and investments. Specialists in these areas work in concert with you, your family members and your advisors to successfully protect your assets.
Just as important as wealth preservation is Wealth Preparation Planning. Its purpose is to prepare family members for the responsibility and emotional impact of wealth.
A two-part process, Wealth Preparation Planning begins with an examination of family heritage.
History and ancestry
Visions and values
Family stories, traditions and wealth values.
The second part of Wealth Preparation Planning explores and identifies:
Sense of purpose
INTRODUCING WEALTH CARE MANAGEMENTsm
Wealth Care Managementsm is our proprietary approach to joining the financial considerations of Wealth Preservation Planning with the emotional considerations of Wealth Preparation Planning. Wealth Care Management is the greatest assurance that can be taken for preserving wealth through succeeding generations.
You've worked too hard to let the family fortune slip through your fingers. We can help you with wealth preservation for today and generations to come with our exclusive Wealth Care Managementsm. Contact us today by Email, call us at 612.375.0640, or fill out our contact form.
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