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“Do you want to be the executor of your own estate?”
“I hope so!”
Yes, I inadvertently asked this question of a client in my first month in the trust business. I meant to ask who he wanted to appoint as executor of his estate but the words came out garbled. Fortunately, I didn’t ask him if he wanted to be the executioner of his own estate. Since many unusual words are employed in discussions about wills and estates, I thought a brief refresher might be useful for you and certainly useful to me.
Your identity is stolen. A difficult situation—especially if you’re wealthy American expatriate, Dickie Greenleaf, a young man living the high life in 1950s Rome who is murdered by Matt Damon in The Talented Mr. Ripley. After dispatching said Mr. Greenleaf in a particularly unpleasant way, Mr. Ripley steals his identity. This being the 1950s he can’t assume Greenleaf’s identity since there is no internet. He must physically assume his identity.
Join Retirement and Investment Subject Matter Expert, Lawrence (Larry) T. Divers for this informative webinar, as he highlights the key questions you must be ready to answer in your firm’s business practices beginning June 9, 2017.
Financial Advisors: Relevance Today and Tomorrow - Advisor Challenges & Consequences: The Changes Driving Disruption Require a New Perspective
Innovation and Business Modeling are classic management activities used by long term successful companies of all sizes and most industries. All businesses today operate in an ever accelerating state of change, and those who plan to survive have a plan that includes innovation and business modeling as key tools to help discover the way forward.