For many families and individuals that we work with, a significant amount of time is spent planning for the next generation. This multigenerational planning is often different for each person, which is why we believe it is important to have these conversations and provide the best tools to accomplish those goals. In many cases, a part of that process involves meeting with clients and their children to facilitate discussions, provide financial education, and answer questions.
The New York Times article linked below shares common reasons parents are skipping the planning conversation all together, and why it is crucial not to.
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