The Estate Tax May Change Under Biden, Affecting Far More People

Advertisement Continue reading the main story Supported by Continue reading the main story Wealth Matters The Estate Tax May Change Under Biden, Affecting Far More People In contrast to previous changes, the tax code could be modified in a way that affects everyone who has something of value to leave to heirs. With Democrats in […]

Small Donations Aiming to Make a Big Splash

Advertisement Continue reading the main story Supported by Continue reading the main story wealth matters Small Donations Aiming to Make a Big Splash Environmental issues may seem too big to tackle, but some smaller foundations have figured out ways to have an impact. Brett Howell, right, was one of the leaders last year of a […]

Zoom Classes. No Chance Meetings. Is Virtual Business School Worth the Cost?

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Invest Like a Pro (Athlete)? It Could Be Profitable, and Risky

Advertisement Continue reading the main story Supported by Continue reading the main story Wealth Matters Invest Like a Pro (Athlete)? It Could Be Profitable, and Risky With interest in private investments on the rise, getting into deals can take more than money. The cachet of pro athletes is one group’s way of differentiating itself. Dr. […]

Groups Trying to Open Golf to Young People Are Struggling Themselves

Golf has been having a boom year since courses that were closed in the pandemic reopened in June. Even with the hiatus, rounds of golf played this year are now nearly 11 percent ahead of last year’s pace, according to the National Golf Foundation. In October, typically the end of the golf season in many […]

Demands on Nonprofit Groups Rose in the Pandemic, Even as Volunteering Fell

Volunteering has fallen sharply in the pandemic, creating an enormous financial burden on the nonprofit organizations that have long depended on the free assistance. Now, leaders of many nonprofit groups are looking for new ways to generate donations — to pay for both the rise in demand for their services and the work no longer […]

How One Entrepreneur Changed Her Business Model in the Pandemic

Sarah Figueroa had worked for several years to build a company, called Geojam, that would connect fans at concerts and give sponsors a look at what was working and what wasn’t. “The dream was to connect people through music, in real life,” Ms. Figueroa said. “I’m at a concert. You’re also a fan. Let’s link […]

Stressed About the Election? Don’t Take It Out on Your Investments

Here’s an election prediction you can take to the bank: Whenever the count is over and no matter who wins the presidency, tens of millions of people are going to be elated and millions of others are going to be despondent. But regardless of the emotion driving them, people acting in the heat of the […]

For Owners Looking to Sell, an Option That Keeps Their Company Intact

In early 2000, Michael and Lynn Terry started a business selling horse trailers that were lighter than their competitors’ and customized to each client’s needs. Nearly two decades later, their company, Cimarron Trailers, with tens of millions of dollars in sales, employed over 130 people in Chickasha, Okla., and their trailers were sold at 30 […]