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Enzo is a social entrepreneur, philanthropist, and the founder of the Seven Generation Legacy Process, an exclusive and proprietary program for safeguarding and empowering family legacies for people who care. As CEO of Lugen Family Office Inc., a values based multi-family office for family businesses and their advisors, Enzo helps affluent families capture, empower, and preserve their true wealth by developing and implementing intergenerational family plans.

 
  • Can artificial intelligence, self-driving transport get the world’s second richest man to look beyond money in Amazon HQ2 sweepstakes? – Phoenix Business Journal

    The bids are coming into billionaire Jeff Bezos and Amazon.com.

    Source: www.bizjournals.com

     
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  • CNBC: Buffett Makes Nearly $800 Million on IBM Stock Surge

    Investing icon Warren Buffett reportedly just made nearly $800 million in IBM, a stock he doesn’t even like that much.

    Source: www.newsmax.com

     
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  • Infographic: These Five Cognitive Biases Hurt Investors the Most

    To be a better investor, make sure you take note of these five cognitive biases that can completely trip up your investment decisions.

    Source: www.visualcapitalist.com

     
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  • Gen X And Millennial Millionaires Need Advisors

    Financial Advisor Magazine created exclusively for advisors by highly experienced editorial and publishing teams. We provide an interactive community for the Financial Advisor, Investment Advisor, Financial Planner, Financial Planning, RIA, Retirement Planning, ETFs, Alternative Investments, Investment News, Broker-Dealer, CFP, Wealth Manager. Financial Advisor magazine produces the Alternative Investment Strategies, Retirement Strategies, and Fiduciary Gatekeeper conferences. We also offer a variety of subscriber benefits including webinars and FREE subscription trials to valuable print and online products.

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  • Do Parents Favor Boys When Saving For College?

    A child’s gender may presage how its parents will save for college education

    According to a survey of the parents of children aged 8 to 14 nationally sponsored by Baltimore-based T. Rowe Price, the parents of all boys are putting more emphasis on saving and funding college education than the parents of all girls.

    While 50 percent of the parents of all boys said they had saved for college expenses, only 39 percent of the parents of all girls said the same.

    “I think there’s a lack of understanding the big picture at work here in terms of the many issues girls will face growing up, not saving an equal amount or more for their girls leads directly to the pay disparity, the income disparity and the wealth gap faced by women in their careers,” says Jocelyn Wright, assistant professor of women’s studies at the Bryn Mawr, Pa.-based American College  “The lack of overall financial awareness compounds many of the stereotypes that affect men and women today.”

    Among parents of all boys, 83 percent report contributing on at least a monthly basis to college savings, compared to 70 percent of the parents of all girls.

    The survey focused on families of children of only one gender to map out how gender may be impacting parents’ decision making when it comes to educational finance.

    “If, today, you asked parents straight up on the street whether they’d pay more for a boy to go to school than they would for a girl, I don’t think you’d find anyone who would say yes,” says Jamie Hopkins, associate professor of taxation at The American College.

    Source: www.fa-mag.com

     
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  • Map: How Many Hours Americans Need to Work to Pay Their Mortgage

    Every month, the average New Yorker needs 113.5 hours of work to pay down a mortgage, while in Memphis it’s just 18.4 hours.

    Source: www.visualcapitalist.com

     
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  • 15 of the World’s Most Stunning Theaters – MyExpatsWorld

    By Kristin Hunt For some, a night at the theater sounds about as fun as sticking your hand in a…

    Source: www.myexpatsworld.com

     
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  • Graeme Hart $265m superyacht Ulysses sold

    Ulysses, Kiwi billionaire Graeme Hart’s superyacht, has been sold.

    Source: www.nzherald.co.nz

     
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