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How to Have the “Money Talk” with Your Child

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Photographer Douglas makes inaction figures come to life! See more of his amazing pictures on Instagram @jedimasterbuilder. On a recent visit to a friend’s house in Los Angeles… “Joshie, can you tell Spider Man to get me a glass of water?” Joshie looks at the red and blue inaction figure near the couch, lying still and splayed as if it…

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Little Rhett’s Corvette (Baby, You’re Much Too Fast), or: How to Spend Like a Millionaire (Part 1)

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  Last year was a great one for Rhett. He graduated cum laude from Pepperdine University and landed a job with Boeing as an aerospace engineer, making $62,000 a year. He rents an apartment in Redondo Beach, which he shares with a college roommate. He’s well on his way. To celebrate his accomplishments, he bought himself a new black Corvette…

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How to Create Lasting Wealth for a Family

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  Chances are you’re reading these words while at work. Chances are you’re tired. There are 80 waking hours in a standard Monday-Friday, and you’re working at least half of it–maybe even all of it if you’re in finance, law, medical residency, software developing, or another high stress job at the expense of sleep and family time. If measured by…

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