Statistics from the U.S. Administration on Aging suggest that 70% of us will need some kind of extended care in later years. If that care is provided in a nursing home for an acute condition, a good portion of the expense will likely be covered by Medicare. If not, the burden falls on you—and it could be substantial.Read Post
Boston Private has released an exclusive report on the emotional factors that underlie our relationship with wealth: why we pursue wealth, how wealth makes us feel, the ‘costs’ of wealth, among others.Read Post
While most of us know how quickly a few deep breaths can defuse a toxic situation, did you also know that this age-old advice is backed by scientific research?Read Post
Most likely you have a good handle on how stocks and other equity investments work: Your stock shares represent a portion of ownership in a company and if the company prospers and the stock becomes more desirable, the value of those shares increases. If the company encounters financial trouble, your stock can lose value. Bonds and other “fixed income” securities are an entirely different type of investment.Read Post
Now that Congress has passed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, what’s next on the legislative agenda? Washington policy expert Doug Fisher weighs in on what we can expect depending on the results of upcoming mid-term elections.Read Post
The Boston Private Investment team shares their insights on increased market volatility, economic indicators and how they are managing client portfolios now and in the near term. Boston Private Wealth Strategist, Alyssa Do, J.D., LL.M, will discuss the impact of the new Tax Cut and Jobs Act on estate planning.Read Post
A quick overview of how the new Tax Act could influence your income, retirement savings, and lending decisions in the year ahead from Boston Private Managing Director and Wealth Strategist Alyssa Do, JD, LL.M.Read Post
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