Nov 27, 2018
Frazer Rice is a wealth manager with fifteen years experience and President of Wealth Actually LLC, a financial services company that helps individuals and entities improve their presence and increase business. His clients range from hedge fund managers to corporate executives and established families. He is a graduate of Duke University and Emory University Law School and is a member of the New York State Bar. Additionally, he is also the author of the book Wealth, Actually and has been featured on cable TV and in publications such as the Daily Telegraph and New York Times.
Frazer joins me today to discuss his fascinating journey to his fourth career and the authoring of his book. He shares his inspirations for podcasting and writing the book Wealth, Actually, and reveals the details of some of the most important lessons that the book teaches. He also discusses topics such as financial literacy, intergenerational planning and how to avoid philanthropic fatigue.
“If people early on understood that time could work in your favor - if you are saving - then interest works for you. But it can work in your disfavor if you are borrowing to fund something that isn’t going to pay you back.” - Frazer Rice
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