January 27, 2017

In the coming years, protection and control may become even more important planning issues than taxes.

When most high-net-worth clients think of trusts, the first word that pops into their heads is “taxes.”

This popular misconception has remained stubbornly ingrained in...

January 24, 2017

The death of Carrie Fisher, a much-loved actor in the “Star Wars” movies, left a hole in the force for fans. It may also burn a hole in the pockets of underwriters, syndicated under Lloyds of London. They may have to fork out as much as $50m to meet Disney’s claim for...

Last year, Johnny Depp fired his long-time business advisors, the Management Group, and now he’s suing the organization for allegedly fleecing him for tens of millions of dollars. The complaint characterizes Depp as “the victim of the gross misconduct of his business m...

Despite the possible repeal, estate planning attorneys attending their biggest professional conference said they remain optimistic about the need for their services, and see a closer working relationship with financial advisors.

It looks like Republicans will finally ac...

A financial planner should not be confused with a financial plan. Every actor needs a financial plan, a strategy toward reaching small, incremental goals to propel the actor out of the starving-artist mentality. Actors at every level of professionalism should conduct t...

January 18, 2017

Alex Rodriguez will host a CNBC reality television show featuring retired athletes who face financial troubles.

CNBC announced Tuesday that the show's working title is "Back in the Game." It will be co-produced by another former New York sports star, Michael Strahan.

Rod...

Most performers focus on the "show" aspect of show business, often relegating the second part to an afterthought. But in the midst of a temperamental economic landscape and an industry that's increasingly commercial, ignoring the "business" can leave you in dire strait...

The time I spent as a working actor can be broken down by the numbers: eight years of voice and dance lessons in middle and high school; four years earning a theater degree in college; and two years living in New York City pursuing Broadway. I made $12,500 my first yea...

There are a great deal of misconceptions about artists and money in our society. Regrettably, too many artists have internalized the stereotype of the starving artist or the idea that their competence with numbers is lacking. Choreographer Andrew Simonet dispels severa...

January 17, 2017

With the impending inauguration, recent actions by the Senate and some confusing media reports, we wanted to provide a short Q&A to help you understand current events and what to expect as we head down the health care reform road in 2017.

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