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Family Inc: Measures of Health of Family Wealth (Guest Post)

Family Inc: Measures of Health of Family Wealth (Guest Post)

Personal finance books would usually teach us how to tell whether we are in a good or poor financial position.

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This post was originally posted here. The writer, Kyith is a veteran community member and blogger on InvestingNote, with username known as Kyith and 800+ followers.

Today, we continue with our Family Inc Series with a look at what Doug McComick recommends as metrics to measure the health of our family wealth.

You could use these metrics for a snapshot of how your family is doing. You could incorporate them into your tracking as well.

I take particular interest in this chapter to see if there are metrics that we can incorporate into my firm’s financial planning practices. You gotta keep trying to do better.

It is important for you to have an idea about your income and net wealth. And having personal income and balance sheet statements are a way to know how well you do.

We take a look at what Doug thinks we should take note of.

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