Creating Generational Wealth

Hannah Baquera
February 25th, 2021 | 5 min

Generational wealth refers to the transfer of wealth from one generation to the next, allowing future generations to build on the financial foundation established by their ancestors. Here are some ways to create generational wealth:

Invest in real estate:

Real estate has historically been a great way to build long-term wealth, as property values tend to appreciate over time. Owning rental properties can also provide a steady stream of passive income.

Start a business:

Starting a successful business can be a great way to create wealth that can be passed down to future generations. Being a business owner is a lot of work, and should not be taken lightly, but with the right tools, is a completely doable way for you to help your family succeed.

Invest in the stock market:

Investing in a diversified portfolio of stocks can provide long-term growth potential, which can be passed down to future generations. Keep in mind, you’ll want to seek advise from an investment expert to start this process!

Save and budget:

Creating a budget and sticking to it, as well as saving a significant portion of your income, is the foundation of building wealth. Consider working with a financial advisor to create a comprehensive plan that takes into account your unique circumstances and goals.

Have a long-term financial plan:

Having a long-term financial plan can help you stay on track and make smart financial decisions. This can include setting financial goals, creating a budget, and developing a savings plan.

Create a family legacy:

Create a family legacy by teaching your children and future generations the importance of financial literacy, budgeting, saving, investing, and giving back to the community.

It's important to remember that creating generational wealth is a long-term process that requires discipline, patience and smart decision making. However, with the right support system and strategy, this multigeneration way of financial planning can set you and your family up for success in the long run.

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