Summary of Wealth
Grow It, Protect It, Spend It, and Share It
The rich aren't like you and me: they have more to lose. How to manage your money as if you have a family fortune.
This is one of the best books yet written on the subject of personal financial management. The author, Stuart E. Lucas, is heir to one of the biggest family fortunes in America. When he and his family took a close look at their finances, they discovered that mediocre management was eroding their wealth. They decided to take a new, very disciplined approach to money management. This book recounts their experiences and summarizes their guiding principles. Although few readers will have wealth on the scale of the author's family fortune, getAbstract believes that even those in modest circumstances, and certainly the well-to-do or up-and-coming, will benefit from Lucas' advice about spending, saving, investing, taxes and family values.
In this summary, you will learn
- How to manage a family fortune; and
- How to use many wealth management strategies that can be helpful even if you do not have a family fortune.
About the Author
Stuart E. Lucas is a fourth-generation heir to the Carnation fortune, chairman of a wealth management company, former senior managing director of private client services at a major bank and Vice Chairman of the National Public Radio Foundation.
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