Ask most financial advisors about their clientele, and they will mention the word “families.”  

That is only natural, as wealth issues are typically family issues: how to achieve long-term security and prosperity for family members; how to save for important family milestones, such as college, weddings or retirement; how to foster the right attitudes and values in children and grandchildren; and how to pass on and preserve wealth effectively for the next generation.

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