YOU’VE WORKED HARD to build your wealth and provide for your family. To be confident that the legacy you envision will become a reality, it’s critical to establish and maintain an estate plan. And in turn, it is highly important to look at your whole financial picture and your personal situation to help develop an estate plan to help ensure that your family’s future will be protected.
The financial security of your family depends not only on how you manage your wealth today, but also on how it will be managed and maximized in the future. It involves preserving your estate to the greatest extent possible for your loved ones and for wealth to be transferred according to your wishes when the time comes.
For high net worth families, a common objective of an estate plan is to minimize taxes and preserve as much of their estates as possible. By working closely with your financial advisor, as well as your tax and legal professionals, you will be able to chart a “roadmap” that makes sense for you.
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This column is sponsored by The Thornhill Wealth Management Group.
column by G. CONLEY THORNHILL
G. Conley Thornhill, CFP®, CIMA®
Senior Vice President – Wealth Management
Eric E. Johnson, CFP®, CIMA®
Vice President – Wealth Management
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