Retirement & Estate Planning
Lawrence L. Grypp, CLU®, ChFC®, is president of the University of Cincinnati’s Goering Center for Family and Private Business and Co-founder of the Center for Executive Transitions. Larry.Grypp@ wcinput.com
Michael A. Hirschfeld, JD, is a partner in Graydon Head & Ritchey, LLP, with over 37 years practicing law and counseling hundreds of family and closely held businesses. He was named Best Lawyer and Cincinnati Lawyer of the Year for both corporate and mergers & acquisitions, among other recognitions. He graduated from Kenyon College and the University of Virginia. Michael.Hirschfeld@wcinput.com
Our role as advisors is to help optimize the probability of successful legacies, which often means asking our clients tough questions. Read More >
Ted Kurlowicz, JD, LLM, CLU®, ChFC®, CAP® Ted is the Charles E. Drimal Professor of Estate Planning and a Professor of Taxation at The American College.
Tax burdens to help fund Obamacare are now in effect for business owners. Read More >
Richard Baier, JD, CLU®, ChFC®, AEP®, CFP®, CAP®, is corporate vice president in case development with The Nautilus Group®, a service of New York Life. He joined the company in 2010 as a case consultant in the business and estate unit. Richard is an attorney with more than 37 years of financial, estate, business, charitable and benefits planning experience. Richard.Baier@wcinput.com
Every business owner has problems to solve. What most business owners do not realize, however, is that cash value life insurance can be one of their better problem-solving tools. Read More >
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