The audio was pretty terrible on this live recording from FinCon. Below is a little better audio version.
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Coming out of college—I worked for the department of economic development up in Albany New York, and it was a really interesting experience. I was charged with helping being a part of projects where we try to keep businesses in New York or otherwise help them locate there, which is difficult to do given the high taxes that are in New York.
Did that for a couple of years, didn’t want to be a civil servant my whole life, so I went to law school—like most aimless people do as they try to find their way.
They say a fool and his money are soon parted, and, for the 1 percent, this is especially true. The more wealth one has, the more risks to their financial security. But with the right knowledge, planning, and guidance, the affluent can not only preserve their assets but enjoy them as well.
Private wealth manager Frazer Rice has seen every challenge and success that the well-off can face. In Wealth, Actually, he shares his holistic, adaptable approach to wealth management. Through a combination of philosophical discussion, practical advice, humor, and anecdotes, he shows how prosperous individuals can determine what they want their wealth to do; communicate with loved ones about their fortune; avoid overspending; handle wealth threats; evaluate, grow, and protect investments; and choose the best advisors.
Money shouldn’t be the dream—but, when it’s managed right, it can be the perfect tool to make dreams come true.