Byrke Sestok

Creating a Legacy of Change through Charitable Giving

Philanthropy today is different than it was in the past. It was once common for donors to distribute their wealth through smaller grants to numerous organizations. Over time, best practices for charitable giving have evolved, and wealthy individuals are instead taking a greater interest in and even taking part in the organizations. Because of this, …

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High Net-Worth Individuals: Are You Missing Opportunities in Your Financial Planning?

High Net-Worth executives and those that have been self-employed, can experience common problems in their financial planning journey. Often, they have missed opportunities in their financial planning because they haven’t planned adequately for their retirement even though they make a high income. It’s easy to think that everything will work out with their retirement plan, …

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Retirement’s Second Act: Setting the Stage for Encore Entrepreneurship

An encore entrepreneur is a person who starts a new business or venture after age 55. They represent more than half of all business owners in the U.S., and for a good reason.1 These entrepreneurs have decades of work and life experience that may make them especially well-suited to navigating the often stressful and high-stakes world …

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Entrepreneurs aren’t Born, They’re Made

Who are entrepreneurs? Sometimes they are the people who leave the corporate world to pursue their own dreams. In many cases, they may be individuals who have found themselves dislocated or “downsized” from a previous job. One characteristic is common to both groups, however: Entrepreneurs are self-made.   Most people aren’t born entrepreneurs; they develop …

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