Read about the two new classes that EKS is offering this fall at the Princeton Adult School.
We invest time in our families trying to ensure that our heirs live healthy, prosperous, and loving lives, long after we're gone. But death can bring out the worst in people. Here's how to ensure your money and legacy do not leave your family in turmoil.
Will you leave your assets to your heirs? Do you worry if an inheritance will impact them negatively? This article discusses how to determine how much to leave loved ones, and if that money should come with strings attached.
There aren't many shortcuts to becoming wealthy. Regardless of its source, saving and investing properly are still the keys to its longevity. Learn some strategies that create middle-class millionaires.
Living a good life involves many things, including having a satisfying career, strong family ties, good friends, and hobbies you enjoy. Leaving a legacy may be part of what you desire; and charitable giving is a way for us to show future generations the importance of improving the world around us. Learn the importance of having a charitable giving strategy you can communicate to heirs.
You may plan to pass along some of your wealth to your heirs. But what about your values? Do they understand and share what's important to you? Do they understand how to handle the opportunities and responsibilities that come along with some level of wealth? Learn how to convey your financial values to the next generation.