High-net-worth individuals face unique financial challenges. Here are the three of the biggest we typically encounter.
You want to pass on your wealth to the people and causes of your choosing, not to the government. This requires ample preplanning with your advisors, attorneys, and insurance providers.
Reducing your tax bill during your lifetime is another challenge. The way you structure your businesses, real estate holdings, and investments all have an impact. Once again, it’s important to work with a team of experts.
With greater wealth comes increased exposure to risk. You have greater loss potential than the average policyholder, so traditional insurance coverage may neglect certain liabilities, assets, or properties that are more difficult to insure.
Are there other challenges? Absolutely, but these are three we see on a regular basis.
If these challenges resonate with you, you should work with a financial advisor, seasoned in high-net-worth financial planning strategies.
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