The Inheritor's Handbook: A Definitive Guide for Beneficiaries

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Bloomberg Press, 1999 - Business & Economics - 214 pages
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The Inheritor's Handbook is remarkable for its jargon-free solutions to sophisticated family-wealth issues and its relentless focus on the beneficiary's point of view, a view absent from most books on estate planning. This book delivers proven advice from experts and heirs, with real-life examples that dramatize dozens of problems.

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Dan Rottenberg is the editor of Family Business magazine. He is the author of seven books and has written for Town and Country, New York Times Magazine, Forbes, Civilization, TV Guide, and Rolling Stone.

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