Demand for triple net lease investment opportunities has been rising consistently over the last two decades.
It is an era of complex fee structures with many high-net-worth (HNW) investors unaware of just how many forms and layers of fees and costs are lurking within their portfolios.
A 2019 Forbes Insights survey finds that 68% of high-net-worth (HNW) investors say family relationships greatly complicate wealth management.
Financial markets have been volatile for the better part of the last two years. In the meantime, the current U.S. economic expansion has progressed to now become the longest on record.
Nevada may be known for its casinos and high-stakes poker games, but high-net-worth families will find it no gamble to keep their money there.
Forbes Insights research shows that over half of today's high-net-worth investors generated or obtained the lion's share of their wealth either exclusively (22%) or to some degree (31%) through a family-run business. This highlights the essential art of exit planning--prepping the family and the business for its future once today's stewards hand over the reins.
Nevada has some of the most innovative trust laws and offers attractive income tax advantages for high-net-worth families and business owners.
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For nearly 60 years, global oil markets have been largely influenced by the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC). The combined oil production of the 14-member-nation group makes up about 30% of the world’s total production, with Saudi Arabia representing over a third of that production.
The market pull back in late 2018 reminded investors that things don't always go up. Still, the long-term view for investors and families remains strong and a renewed focus on fundamentals is welcome.