There is an increasing amount being written about the great wealth transfer – the transfer of wealth from the baby boomers to their children. Estimates suggest that roughly $16 trillion is up for grabs between generations in the next 30 years – that’s equivalent to the entire output of the US economy in one year. The transfer will inevitably create changes in corporate structures, as well as how wealth is managed.
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