Post On: December 2, 2019
Posted In: General
At Ambassador Advisors, we believe that money is a gift from God for us to wisely steward as we live our lives. That’s why we strive to offer you Biblically based counsel, when it comes to building wealth and trust that lasts. Finances can be a source of stress and anxiety, especially considering that discussing them does not always come easily.
Approximately $24 trillion will transfer between generations within the next 12 years. You may struggle to discuss wealth with your children or even your spouse, but fear begets inaction, and inaction leads to loss: loss of opportunity, loss of wealth, and loss of legacy.
It is important for you to have financial advisors that you are confident will assist you throughout the process of conversing about and transferring your stewarded wealth, wisely.
If you are unsure how to start the conversation with a family member or how to communicate your wishes for a future wealth transfer, Ambassador Advisors can help. Ambassador Advisors seeks to be a valuable resource for you and your family, as you navigate good stewardship with your resources.
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