Press Release: From Wealthstream Advisors
Wealthstream Advisors, an independent boutique wealth management firm built on meaningful relationships with a select group of clients, announced today it has been named to the 2020 edition of the Financial Times 300 Top Registered Investment Advisers. The list recognizes top independent RIA firms from across the U.S.
If you’re a parent of young children during this difficult period of quarantine, by now you’re all too familiar with the added challenges of parenting while navigating through this defining moment in history.
A Charitable Remainder Trust (CRT) is an irrevocable trust that provides income to beneficiaries until a specified time, after which the remainder of the assets in the trust are donated to a charity. Utilizing a Charitable Remainder Trust is a gifting strategy that has tax benefits and can accomplish both charitable and estate planning goals.
The level of complexity involved with the transfer of wealth or assets can vary greatly depending on the decedent’s assets, the establishment of an estate plan or Will, whether the decedent has dependents who need to be cared for, the location of their assets or property, and plenty of other factors.
Many parents support their teenage children in the traditional sense, by providing an allowance, chipping in on car payments, and so on. What most do not realize is that there is an extremely powerful option to help their children start thinking about investing and planning for their financial future.
A trustee serves a very important role: to make sure that the grantor’s wishes are carried out in accordance with the trust provisions. There are advantages to appointing an independent corporate trustee over a family member or friend. Here are a few key benefits.
Did my investments do well? Many investors look at the unrealized gain/loss on their brokerage statements and believe this is an indication of the return on their investment.
Health Savings Accounts (HSAs), as the name implies, are savings accounts for health care expenses. There are restrictions on who may contribute, how much and what counts as a qualified medical expense. It is worth exploring whether you have the opportunity to participate in these as they provide some compelling tax benefits.
Divorce results in the division of a household’s assets and income, but parties involved should consider that sometimes a split that appears equitable may not be.