Tagged: money management

Sustainable Personal Finance Guest Post

Green Grandparents Lazy summer days remind me of the visits we took to my Grandparent’s farm when I was little. Grandma and Grandpa were Mid-Western farmers all their lives. They lived through the beginning...

Half Price Day At the Thrift Store

Today was half price day for seniors at the Hillcrest Thrift Shop. I went looking for T-shirts for myself and my grand kids. They will become ‘Grandma Rie’s Money Camp’ T-shirts once I apply...

DIY Asset Allocation

Having been a couple for 39 years, my spouse and I have accumulated a variety of different types of investments and accounts over the years. Each year, I review the status of our accounts...

Build and Nurture Relationships

In order to build and maintain family generational wealth, each family member in each generation will do best by learning about existing family and support relationships as well as building newer, more relevant ones...

Protect You and Yours

Understanding and dealing with the risks that life throws your way is a key preventative measure in building your wealth. Some of those risks include: loss of assets due to divorce or financial institution...

Build Your Wealth Management Skills

In order to become and remain wealthy, consider mastering the basics of personal finance, building skills in your chosen career and in life’s common sense practicalities, learning basic and advanced investment techniques, trying out...

Three Tools of the Mega Rich

Most of the world’s populations are lucky (?) enough to not have to worry too much about complex money management. For these folks a bank with a checking account and credit card, a home mortgage,...

What Wealth Category Are You?

Mark Haynes Daniell in Strategy for the Wealthy Family, defined four categories of wealth for purposes of identifying strategic opportunities families might consider using. It is interesting to note the strategies he suggests for...