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In January, Justin Sanderson and Tim Domino attended the 53rd Annual Heckerling Institute on Estate Planning. Read about the ideas and strategies they took from the conference and will be putting into practice for our clients.
The sale of Qualified Small Business Stock (QSBS) offers potential capital gains tax benefits. See an illustration of how this process could work if you currently have a pass-through business.
In light of changes from the Tax Cut and Jobs Act, the sale of Qualified Small Business Stock (QSBS) has the potential for significant capital gain tax benefits. Tim Domino explains what this strategy could mean for your business succession planning.
Since 2016, there has been proposed legislation to increase the standard of care and regulation for financial advisors. Justin Sanderson provides an update on potential fiduciary laws, and explains what they could mean to the industry and our firm.
Would you be surprised to learn that less than 12% of financial advisors put their clients’ interests first at all times? Learn what acting as a fiduciary entails, and why it’s the approach Sanderson takes in our client relationships.
John Gullo provides a comprehensive investment review of third quarter 2018, including financial market updates, asset class returns, emerging economies, interest rates, and more.
Since 2001, Sanderson Wealth Management has provided comprehensive financial services exclusively to high-net-worth individuals and families. This focus allows us to provide personalized attention and forward-thinking strategies tailored to your precise needs and objectives. From our headquarters in Buffalo, New York, we work with clients around the country.