One prominent businessman wanted his assets to cover his family's current needs while also minimizing taxes. Having recently become grandparents, he and his wife also wanted to fund a generation-skipping trust that could help future members of their family.
Abbot Downing listened carefully, then developed a plan that combined asset management strategies with tax and wealth planning.
The Abbot Downing team used tax-efficient investments to fund the couple’s current lifestyle, then funded a generation-skipping trust with less tax-efficient assets. The trust's Delaware status means it will help future generations in perpetuity.
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