Preferred Partnership Freezes

Preferred partnerships (PPs) are very useful and versatile estate planning vehicles that have been around for decades, yet still appear to fly under the radar. From an economic perspective, a PP is often well-suited to act as a multi-generational family investment vehicle; older generations are typically seeking a steady income flow and protection of capital, while younger family members are often

Preferred partnerships (Pps) are very useful and versatile estate planning vehicles that have been around for decades, yet still appear to fly under the radar. From an economic perspective, a PP is often well-suited to act as a multi-generational family investment vehicle; older generations are typically seeking a steady income flow and protection of capital, while younger family members are often willing to forego current income and capital security for the prospect of capturing upside growt

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