Strategic Advice for the Closely Held Company or Affluent Individual
Welcome to Private Capital Solutions, a team of highly qualified and experienced professionals.
Thank you for visiting our website. Welcome. I'm Jim Kirlin, founder of the company. For the past 25 years, we have served as strategic wealth advisors to many successful closely held companies and individuals.
Integrating the components of a business or wealth transfer plan into a comprehensive financial and wealth plan is a problem that many individuals and business owners have not yet solved. Different plans, developed with different advisors, put in place at different times creates gaps and disconnects that could produce unexpected negative outcomes. A second opinion or review can help resolve any concerns.
Our role is to provide a process and the leadership to help you build a roadmap for a better overall financial and wealth plan.
Trying to figure out what to do and how to build a better wealth plan can be an emotional, stressful and time consuming struggle. Yet the longer one waits to implement an exit, estate or succession plan the more difficult it becomes to create an appropriate structure for acheiving your wealth preservation objectives.
Broad Experience in Many Industries
Over the years, we have worked with companies that represent a broad range of industries including Publishing, Independent Grocery, Food Manufacturing and Distribution, Real Estate owners/developers, Construction, Transportation and Logistics to name a few.
Our clients share these common traits:
- They have worked hard to build a business, career and a lifestyle
- They have achieved a high level of success
- They have trusted advisors - Attorney and CPA
- They are busy and time is a luxury
Private Capital Solutions Group offers comprehensive financial planning through Lincoln Financial Advisors Corp., a broker/dealer and registered investment advisor.
OUR CLIENTS HIRE US TO ACCOMPLISH THE FOLLOWING:
- Be the Catalyst - provide leadership and quarterback a process to get things done
- Cut through the Clutter and Complications - Identify issues and opportunities that produce progress
- Develop Creative Ideas - in the areas of business transition, exit planning*, estate planning, tax reduction strategies, investment and retirement income planning *Exit planning provided by third party resources
- Coordinate and Collaborate - We can collaborate with your advisors to make sure your planning is properly implemented
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