Financial law

November 1, 2017

Asset Protection for Seniors

Though end-of-life care is not always the most comfortable topic to discuss, it is a necessary aspect to consider when seniors are coordinating their finances. Estate planning for seniors should not be a challenging subject, but many people find it hard to keep track of all the elements that asset protection can involve.  From trusts to tax reduction and everything else in between, asset protection for seniors can be a simple process for many seniors. It bodes well to consider […]
August 31, 2017

What Makes a Good Financial Advisor

Financial advisors are powerful people. Because they manage money, they also, in a sense, manage lives. This fact means that your financial advisor holds a critical role in your life, both in the present and the future. You and family depend upon the fruits of your labor for so many things, which is why it’s important to find the right financial advisor. The question is—how to find a good one? Naturally, your financial advisor must have the proper credentials. He […]
August 30, 2017

Why You Need a Financial Advisor

There are many things you ought to do on your own, but managing your money may not be one of them. Regardless of your age, you likely work very hard for the money you earn; you need to know it’s working hard for you. But if you try to go it alone when it comes to managing it, you may find yourself behind the eight ball, particularly if you’re nearing retirement age. In fact, the more money you have to […]
August 29, 2017

Questions to Ask Your Financial Advisor about Your Retirement

Saving for your retirement may not be so important when we’re young, but as we age we begin thinking more and more about it. How old will you be when you decide you don’t want to work full-time anymore? Or, more importantly, will you get to a point in your life when you feel you no longer can work full-time—or at all? These are the reasons why it’s important to not only begin thinking about your retirement when you’re younger, […]
August 28, 2017

How to Find a Financial Advisor

Hiring a financial advisor is an excellent way to have your money managed responsibly. Managing your money can be tough, and with all the ins and outs of the trade, it’s often best to find someone who’s knowledgeable and experienced in such tasks. But finding a financial advisor isn’t easy, particularly if you don’t have a lot of time to put into this undertaking. Job one will be finding a financial advisor you can trust. Naturally, your search needs to […]
May 30, 2017

The Evolution of Gender Roles in Marriage

Once upon a time, young adults all aspired for the same thing – a good job, find a partner, move to the ‘burbs, start a family, get a dog … live happily ever after.  Young women seldom had a career, opting instead to marry, become a homemaker and stay home with the children.  The term “stay-at-home mom” had not even been coined yet – it was just expected of young women, that she forsake any future plans … she would […]
April 18, 2017
Retirement Planning and Divorce

Retirement Planning and Divorce

Divorce isn’t a fun topic at any age, and, it sure is not something most people anticipate as they happily stroll down the aisle while envisioning the years of marital bliss that lie ahead. Sometimes real life intervenes, and “happily ever after” isn’t always meant to be.  Things turn ugly with sharp words and accusations hurled – soon thereafter is talk of splitting up, or divorce.  Reconciliation may occur, but statistics show that only a mere 15% of all separations […]
September 10, 2015
Structure of a Private Equity Fund

The Structure of a Private Equity Fund

This guest post was written by Efraim Landa  Efraim Landa is a venture capitalist and the founder of Effi Enterprises. When talking about a private equity fund, usually they tend to be partnerships that have been formed by a PE firm.  Private equity funds can either be for general investments of businesses or they can also fund in different industries.  Most of the equity funds you see these days last around 10-13 years, which is usually an entire term, but […]