The scale of the issues surrounding a fiscally unequal relationship—where the female partner’s inherited wealth significantly exceeds that which her spouse is likely to generate through his own inh
Having an entrepreneurial culture can help nurture a family legacy by providing pathways for family members to invest in new enterprises and regularly recharge the wealth for future
As we age physically and mentally, our ability to care for ourselves and capacity to manage family affairs often diminishes--sometimes unexpectedly and rapidly.
Since the early 1900s, wealthy families have borrowed from corporate America to draft mission statements or similar declarations to define their shared values and legacy.
As individuals progress in their careers, success becomes tied more to their ability to collaborate, engage, and mobilize others than on the individual skills and abilities that may have fueled ear
Based on the voices of 2,650 successful business owners across Europe, Asia, the United States and the Middle East, the Global Entrepreneur Report examines the characteristics and motivators of Eli
Families who successfully transition their financial wealth and businesses share a number of best practices, including identifying shared family values and aligning them with long-term goals.
When the holiday dinner table no longer suffices for annual stockholders meetings or strategic planning sessions, and a growing family needs to redefine its relationship to a family business enterp
Legacy is not just an estate plan that passes down tangible assets; it is much bigger. It is the connections, the traditions, and the opportunities that we pass down to those who come after us.
For many families, discussing wealth transfer and inheritance issues can be challenging. Fear of demotivating heirs can cause wealth holders to withhold vital information.