We’re coming down the home stretch! Since Day 1, CAPitalize Your Finances has been all about a journey. Yes, we’ve talked money specifics, we’ve talked strategy, and we’ve take several deep dives into the various aspects of personal finance that affect virtually everyone at one time or another. But along with all of that, we’ve also traveled, you and I, through the labyrinth of what it means to be a CAPitalizer.
The common message through each episode has focused on you helping you. In other words, what steps might you take to improve your financial situation and ultimately reach your goals? As we set the stage for the episode that will round out the CAPitalize Your Finances Framework, I want you to begin thinking about what will happen when you’re no longer around.
This is what we call Legacy Planning — leaving your mark, financially, on those whom you care about the most. Today’s episode is in an introduction into what we’ll cover next: CAPitalizing for future generations. Get ready!
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