Generation Z and millennial entrepreneurs are known for being innovative, bold, quick-thinking game changers. But too often they ignore the more mundane (but incredibly important) aspects of their personal financial situations and decisions regarding the fate of their business.
Families blessed with significant financial resources can make an amazing and long-lasting impact on the world. But that wealth can also lead to disagreements, grudges, and hurt feelings. Trying to hide from the conflict does not make it go away.
Jennie Cherry and Miles Padgett, Kozusko Harris Duncan
Friday, April 12, 2019
Over the past decade, matriarchs and patriarchs of successful families have been shifting their focus of the family’s largess from their children to a broader group of individuals, such as grandchildren, siblings, and nieces.
The headlines were hard to miss: wealthy parents and coaches indicted on federal charges in a college admissions bribery scheme. Over 50 people, parents and higher education professionals, were charged with “racketeering conspiracy”—cheating to get kids into elite universities.
In light of the recent severe weather events around the world, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s Special Report on Global Warming of 1.5°C has caught the attention of the media and the public.