Category: keeping it

Death and Dying

Overcoming the Inheritance Taboo – How to Preserve Relationships and Transfer Possessions by Steven J. Hendlin, Ph. D. Death is not a popular family dinner conversation. Most people avoid discussing the death of a...

Financial Fables – A Mouse in the Cellar

Long ago, in the small country town of Wealthville, lived two families. Both families were hard working and planted their fields with many different kinds of plants. They had potatoes, turnips, carrots, corn (and...

Mother-in-law

Family Money Values is primarily concerned with generations of family members passing their values and assets on into the future. In order to do that, a family has to have some future generations –...

Family Meetings

Teach each other using family meetings by holding them with your adult children and grand children. A multi-generation family meeting can be a great forum to guide your adult children and to learn from...

Summer Money Camps

Schools are letting out and parents everywhere are wondering what to do with the kids all summer. Day care expenses mount and the experience gets boring for the kids. Many parents choose to provide...

Riches to Rags Part Two

One book changed my thinking about wealth and the direction in which I am trying to guide my family. That book is Strategy for the Wealthy Family by Mark Haynes Daniell. In his book, Strategy...

From Riches to Rags

Mom used to like to see ‘how the better half’ lived – meaning that she liked to understand how rich people are different than the rest. She suspected, and you know for a fact,...