Episode 35: Considering Your Legacy
Many people fail to put enough thought into their legacies - what they would like to leave to their children, grandchildren, and favorite charities when they pass away.Kathy Longo, CFP®, CAP®, CDFA®
If your financial plan focuses mainly on your current phase of life, plus overarching goals like maxing out on retirement contributions, you need to ask yourself if you’ve done enough legacy planning. If you’d like to leave something to your children, grandchildren, or your favorite charity, the time to begin planning these “legacy gifts” is right now.
Your challenge this week is to think about the financial legacies you’d like to leave behind and take steps to incorporate them into your financial plan.
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About the Author
Kathy Longo brings over 25 years of expertise and experience to Flourish Wealth Management. Kathy is wholly dedicated to improving the life of each client and finds joy in making complex matters simple and easy to understand. She excels at asking the right questions, uncovering new possibilities and implementing the most advantageous strategies for success. Playing such a pivotal role in her clients’ lives remains an honor and a privilege. After earning a degree in Financial Planning and Counseling from Purdue University, she began her career at a small firm in Palatine, Illinois where she worked directly with clients while learning to build a viable, client-centric business. Over the years, she gained extensive knowledge and wisdom working as a wealth manager, financial planner, firm manager and business owner at notable, various sized companies in both Chicago and Minneapolis.