For professional athletes and entertainers, determining how much of your wealth to share, with whom and when requires a thoughtful strategy. Stars who successfully navigate these expectations have solid financial plans to help them make intentional decisions for their own financial health and the good of family and friends.
How can you safeguard your money while supporting your inner circle?
It’s common to have feelings of guilt over the large earnings that come with being a professional athlete or entertainer. Creating a sound financial plan can help you confront these feelings constructively, put your money to work early, and set boundaries on whom you help.
Hear their stories and discover insights that may resonate with you.
Front Office presented by UBS
The world’s top athletes each hear pitches from two companies. Find out who’ll get the funding to take their business to the next level.
Season 1 episode 1: Travis Kelce - NFL Kansas City Chiefs tight end and Super Bowl 54 champion
Season 1 episode 2: Michelle Wie West - LPGA Tour Golfer, 2014 US Women’s Open Winner
Season 1 episode 3: Vernon Davis - Retired NFL tight end, Super Bowl 50 winner and TV personality
Season 1 episode 4: Allyson Felix - the most decorated American track and field athlete of all time
Season 1 episode 5: Chris Paul - Phoenix Suns point guard, 2X Olympic Gold Medalist, President of NBAPA 2013–2021
How you manage your wealth has far-reaching effects. In our special white paper, 16 athletes and entertainers share their stories. Some were unprepared for the responsibilities that come with wealth. Others developed a steadfast plan from the start. All eventually went on to great financial success. The common thread? Find the right advisor, get involved and stay involved. Take a look. The lessons these athletes and entertainers learned could be helpful as you navigate your own journey with money.