Through the duration of his career, Curt put in long hours and spent months on the road, eventually rising to the senior ranks of his employer. Now Curt and his wife are ready to embark on a new adventure: purchasing an oceanfront vacation home where they intend to enjoy spending time as a family with their two daughters.
Curt spoke with his PNC Wealth Management Banking Advisor about withdrawing $3 million from his investment management account to purchase the property, but Curt’s Banking Advisor suggested a different solution, one intended to help preserve his wealth.
Based on the investment performance and tax consequences of Curt’s investment management account, his Banking Advisor recommended he borrow the money, and use the investment management account as collateral. This way the account could potentially continue to grow and Curt could capitalize on attractive borrowing rates.
This decision helped to preserve Curt’s liquidity and it enabled him to continue making large contributions to his daughters’ education savings accounts; providing a bright future for his family.
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This story represents a hypothetical scenario and is intended for illustrative purposes; the person described is fictional and not an actual client, but the scenario is intended to reflect a typical and/or previously experienced situation. Actual client experiences and outcomes may vary and future performance or success is not guaranteed.
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