Generational Wealth Begins With Education And Financial Literacy

Posted by Kane McGukin on March 16, 2021

Outside of family, education is likely to have the largest impact on the outcome of an individual’s life. Education is crucial.

On average we spend around 17 years in the education system, when you reflect on that number it is a bit shocking that the most relevant...

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Thriving Family Principle: Invest in a Full Inheritance

Posted by Chip Brackley on August 5, 2020

When you think about the word “inheritance”, what comes to mind?  If you are like most, then money and property immediately surface.  We think about what we can pass down to the next generation, but is that really all there is to it?

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It’s Never Too Early To Teach Your Kids About Money

Posted by Chip Brackley on July 1, 2020

Financial education is important and it’s never too early to teach kids about money. Money management is one of the most important life skills we can learn and yet it’s not really a focus in the education system.

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Thriving Family Principle: Life is a Team Sport

Posted by Jeff Thomas on December 16, 2019

“Fifty-two percent of senior female executives played sports at the university level, compare to 39% of women at other management levels”, said Debora Spar, a professor at Harvard Business School. [1]

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