At Intelligence Driven Advisers we serve as a full-time fiduciary team to several multi-generational families who engage us for ongoing family governance. The families that go through this experience typically have three or four generations that they are planning for with goals to ensure that their values and wealth are transferred far beyond the current generations. By talking about these topics openly and with experts, we strive to make the experience one that allows thought, education, collaboration and families to strengthen their financial peace of mind. Our adviser team is comprised of four generations and is uniquely qualified to understand and communicate to each generation accordingly. Part 2 of this series will be followed by an offer to experience this for yourself.
In this show you will learn about:
- The most important things to focus on financially at this stage of life “the sandwich generation” (approximately ages 45 to 70)
- How to think about your children when it comes to financial support. How to know when they are actually financially independent and don’t and won’t need your help again.
- How to think about your parents when it comes to financial support. What are some of the ways to best help aging parents who didn’t save enough to support themselves?
- How to prioritize your children, your parents and you!
- How do you know when you can retire?
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