Evolving Families · Business/Wealth
Principles, Purpose, Passion

Jeff Savlov is a family business and wealth consultant serving family businesses, high net-worth families, family offices and their advisors with a focus on balancing family dynamics with ownership, management and leadership of shared assets across generations.

Family Wealth Consulting

Jeff helps families who have accumulated significant wealth ensure their wealth serves current and future generations in healthy and productive ways. He is an expert at helping families manage the balance between family (an emotional system of relationships) and business/wealth (economic systems) so the family flourishes and evolves – guided by Principles, Purpose and Passion. Read more »

Family Business Consulting

Whether through ownership of a single business or of varied and complex assets, families encounter increasingly complicated decisions that have the potential for family conflict and business/financial missteps as they move through generations. Jeff works with families to understand and effectively manage their dynamics and increase the potential and stability of both family and enterprise. Read more »

Family Advisor Education & Collaboration

Through coaching, interactive workshops and client collaboration, Jeff helps advisors and their firms gain an edge over competitors in serving enterprising families. When he works alongside advisors with their clients, he adds depth to the understanding and management of family dynamics and governance. He will train and develop family advisors to skillfully provide clients with greater value through better execution of plans, and improved ability to assess and work productively with the complexity inherent in enterprising families. Read more »

Purposeful Legacy Family Project

Raising children in the context of wealth has challenges and opportunities. Many parents avoid any discussion of the family’s fortunate circumstances for fear this will reduce the children’s motivation and lead to a sense of entitlement. Jeff developed a program to help parents open the discussion in a healthy way, start developing the next generation to be responsible stewards, and teach parents about intentional and thoughtful parenting in the context of wealth. Read more »




Family Minute Business Blog

NHL Hockey and Family Business Leadership

NHL Hockey and Family Business Leadership

October 26, 2021

If you know me or have followed this blog for any amount of time, you’ll know I like to make parallels between family business and pro hockey and rock bands. Both have similarities to families and, I’d make the case, Read more »

Toddlers and Wealth Stewardship

Toddlers and Wealth Stewardship

September 20, 2021

I’ve seen quite a bit in my work with families who share complex assets across generations (businesses, real estate, investments, trusts, foundations…) And I continue to find support, from families and professionals who serve them, for my ideas and creative Read more »

Inheritor’s Wisdom

Inheritor’s Wisdom

June 24, 2021

I was recently speaking to a client who received a significant amount of money from his parents upon graduation from college. He lived simply during college, starting in your average dorm and moving on to sharing an old house (without Read more »

In The News

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Jeff interviewed by Ira Bryck – The Western Mass. Business Show

Jeff Savlov and Barry Graff are interviewed by Ira Bryck. All three are senior advisors to enterprising families, discuss a variety of issues these families face and clearly enjoy the banter with one another.

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Jeff Savlov: Life Lessons from the Lives of the Rich & Famous

Jeff Savlov was interviewed by Frank Wander, founder of People Productive. Jeff shares some of the life lessons he has learned working with wealthy families who need to transition their wealth and/or businesses.

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How and When to Talk to Your Children About Money

Talking about family money is similar to talking to kids about sex. There is such a thing as too much, too soon.

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