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Estate Management 101 The Cost of Procrastination Perception vs. Reality Coaches

Wouldn’t it be great if we could have a radiologist read our finances from an MRI and tell us what’s working and what’s not? Well, we can.

Get to know us. We discover. We educate. We create an economic treatment plan.

Do you wear a white coat?

  • Did you know you could have a lawsuit target on you just because you look wealthy?
  • If you get sick or hurt, what does your current disability insurance policy actually pay for? Your job is to think critically. Chances are, your disability policy might not cover that.
  • You’re trying to balance work and family life. Your finances shouldn't interfere.

Do you own a business?

  • Do you want to keep the business going for the next generation? Do you think that’s just going to happen on its own?
  • Are your key employees loyal? Really, are they truly loyal enough to stay, no matter what?
  • Can your business operate without you?
  • Do you have both children AND a partner? Who will ultimately get your business, your kids or your partner’s kids?

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