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6 of the Most Important Things to Consider When Creating a Strong Financial Legacy and Building Generational Wealth
Written by: Shatoyia Jones, FLP Founder, Wealth Building Educational Consultant; Business Development Specialist
Financial freedom. Vacation homes. Real Estate Owner. Entrepreneur. Living Life of My Own Terms. Generational Wealth. Comfort. Financial Security. Less financial stress. All of these are all sexy phrases that often is associated with building generational wealth. But what does it really take to build generational wealth and what does generational wealth actually entail? What does it consist of? How do you know when the wealth you are building is generational wealth?
Written By Maria Lopez, Partners in Service Committee Member
Edited By Shatoyia Jones, FLP Founder, Wealth Building Educational Consultant; Business Development Specialist
Written By Shatoyia Jones, FLP Founder, Wealth Building Educational Consultant; Business Development Specialist
You could waste time and money trying to build wealth on your own, but for those of you wanting to reach your goals in the smartest, fastest and most efficient way possible, here are the 5 stages to building generational wealth outlined by first and second generation wealth builder, award-winning entrepreneur, business development specialist, philanthropist, speaker and author, Shatoyia Jones with resources for getting started taught in her organization's signature program, 5 Stages to Generational Wealth Building based on her personal journey, over a decade of professional experience with clients and research on poverty and racial equity.
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