David Edwards was a financial advisor in New York City who did enough business to take a few months off each summer to live on Nantucket with his wife and two children. Because he was the sole person in what Edwards called a lifestyle firm, he could leave work at 3 p.m., pick up his kids from school, spend time with them for after-school, homework, dinner, bath stories and bed.Read More
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