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Making It On Your Own: Saving

When you’re first starting out, your financial stability and future wealth depend on good saving habits. Learn about the three buckets of savings in the third post of our financial education series for young adults. more >
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4 Ways to Transfer Wealth to Children

Giving a child a head-start in life requires careful financial planning to achieve both your and the child’s future goals. Here are four common strategies to pass down wealth to children in a meaningful way. more >
Young Adults and Taxes

Making It On Your Own: Taxes

For first-time filers, taxes may seem daunting at first. But they're actually pretty easy. Aspiriant wealth managers explain the basics in the second post of our financial education series for young adults. more >

Meet David Muchow

Receiving a large financial infusion can be an emotional event. Read how David Muchow helps business owners, inheritors and C-suite executives avoid knee-jerk reactions and stay on course to meeting their goals. more >
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Making It On Your Own: Budgeting

The money you’ll make during your lifetime is only half the story. How you manage your money is the key to reaching your personal goals. And it starts with setting a reasonable budget. more >
Linda Fitz

Leaving a Legacy

After a successful career as a wealth manager and guiding light at Aspiriant, Linda will soon retire and spend more time giving back to her community. Read about the steps she took to achieve her retirement and philanthropic goals. more >
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Meet Linda Kitchens

Sound financial management doesn’t have to be a mystery if you start early. Linda Kitchens shares how she educates young people about money. more >
Incentive Stock Options

When Tech Deals Go Well

Incentive stock options, or ISOs, can make a huge impact on reaching one’s life goals. But success requires careful financial planning until that big liquidity event. Here’s one example. more >