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Benefits of a Blind Trust for Executive Diversification

Ronald Logue, CPA, CTFA |
Wealth Planning

Corporate executives and insiders who own millions of shares in their companies can achieve diversification within regulatory guidelines.A blind trust enables an insider to give a trustee the sole responsibility to decide on the timing of sales of company stock, without participation by, or knowledge of, the insider.It allows insiders to achieve investment diversification and reduce risk without running afoul of securities regulations.


Changing Jobs? Options for Your 401(k) Plan

Investment Management

Make the smartest decisions for your retirement plan as your career evolves.Employees who leave their companies have several options when it comes to their 401(k) plans, and each option has advantages and disadvantages.Options include keeping your existing plan where it is and starting a separate one at your new company, rolling it over to an IRA, or transferring it to your new company’s plan.


Building a Family Collection

Wilmington Trust |
Wealth Planning

Approach collecting in a way that strengthens family communication and connection.Actively involving your children and grandchildren in building a collection that interests them can be a way to unify a family.Collecting as a family can enhance communication, teach valuable skills, and create stronger bonds.The ultimate goal is to build a solid, positive, and successful family that becomes a unique collection in itself.