Wealth is powerful. Wealth is personal. But wealth isn’t easy. The demands of managing the moving parts of your financial life along with the desire to leave a lasting, meaningful legacy for your family can be all-consuming. At Wescott, we understand the challenges wealth can bring.
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No one plans to get divorced. Yet for couples in their 50s and older, so-called “gray divorce” can be a particularly complex and contentious undertaking.
In this inaugural episode of Wescott’s podcast series, our Chief Investment Officer, Mark McCarron, addresses the top questions from our clients regarding the 2019 economic market and events, and previews Wescott’s strategy heading into 2020.
Charitable giving provides families with an opportunity to build a legacy and meaningfully impact the causes most important to them, but effective charitable giving requires a smart strategy. When and how you give makes all the difference.
New legislation making its way through Congress has the potential to create significant changes around retirement planning and individual retirement accounts (IRAs).
Social security has developed a reputation for constantly being on the brink of crisis. A recent government report found that Social Security costs will exceed its income in 2020, and the program only has enough reserves for the next 16 years.