Oh Those Tricontamillionaires!

Atrio of recently released surveys suggests that estate planners are probably going to be chasing after the same clients those with $30 million and more. People with $5 million or less are less likely to be receptive to advisors' attention. And forget even minor estate planning for regular folk; most of them aren't even writing wills. Luckily, the ranks of the tricontamillionaires those with $30 million

Atrio of recently released surveys suggests that estate planners are probably going to be chasing after the same clients — those with $30 million and more. People with $5 million or less are less likely to be receptive to advisors' attention. And forget even minor estate planning for regular folk; most of them aren't even writing wills. Luckily, the ranks of the tricontamillionaires — those with $30 million — are swelling.

Two of the studies were released last month: the 2004 World We

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