For those starting their professional sports careers, it’s never too early to start thinking about your future. Read our interview with Ben McLemore III, currently a member of the Portland Trail Blazers.
The rise in popularity of college-level esports has led many universities to give scholarships to attract top gamers. Here’s how they work.
The NCAA recently began allowing college athletes to sign deals that use their name, image and/or likeness (NIL). Here’s what it means.
It’s never too early to start thinking about retirement, especially for professional athletes who typically have shorter career spans than traditional working professionals.
Congratulations on being drafted into the NFL! It’s an accomplishment you’ve worked hard to achieve, and you’ve finally made it! As exciting as this moment is, it’s important to make smart money choices today in order to achieve financial success in the future. Here are five things you should know as a newly drafted NFL player.
Trusts are a vital financial and estate planning tool that can protect your assets from creditors and help ensure your loved ones are taken care of after you pass away. Trusts can be especially important for professional athletes, who frequently build significant wealth in a short period of time and must preserve and protect this wealth over many years before passing it along to their heirs, all while trying to avoid estate taxes. Talk about pressure.