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Actionable, intelligent CFO training for the Chief Family Financial Officer Family Inc. is a roadmap to financial security for the family CFO. Too much personal wealth management advice essentially boils down to goal-setting, which isn't helpful or effective in terms of overall financial planning. This book takes a different track, giving you a crash course in corporate fi Actionable, intelligent CFO training for the Chief Family Financial Officer Family Inc. is a roadmap to financial security for the family CFO. Too much personal wealth management advice essentially boils down to goal-setting, which isn't helpful or effective in terms of overall financial planning. This book takes a different track, giving you a crash course in corporate finance and the tools to apply the field's proven, time-tested principles in the context of your family's financial situation. You'll learn the key principles of wealth creation and management, and learn how to make your intellectual and real capital work for you. Your family situation is unique, and your principles must sometimes differ from the standard financial advice--and that's okay. Life is not a template, and even the best strategy must be able to adapt to real-life situations. You'll learn to chart your own path to financial security, utilizing the author's own tools that he developed over 15 years as an active board member, chairman of the board, or chief financial officer of multiple companies. Oversimplified wealth management advice does not leave you equipped to manage your real-world finances. This guide is written with intellectual rigor, but in the language of family discussion, to give you a real, practical guide to being an effective family CFO. Create your own financial prosperity and security Align financial acumen with your family's specific situation Adapt to real-world situations and make your financial advisor work for you Utilize powerful financial tools to help you build financial independence Every family needs a CFO to manage wealth, and the principles of corporate finance apply from the boardroom to the living room. Family Inc. delivers actionable advice in the form of CFO training to help you plot a real-world family financial plan.


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Actionable, intelligent CFO training for the Chief Family Financial Officer Family Inc. is a roadmap to financial security for the family CFO. Too much personal wealth management advice essentially boils down to goal-setting, which isn't helpful or effective in terms of overall financial planning. This book takes a different track, giving you a crash course in corporate fi Actionable, intelligent CFO training for the Chief Family Financial Officer Family Inc. is a roadmap to financial security for the family CFO. Too much personal wealth management advice essentially boils down to goal-setting, which isn't helpful or effective in terms of overall financial planning. This book takes a different track, giving you a crash course in corporate finance and the tools to apply the field's proven, time-tested principles in the context of your family's financial situation. You'll learn the key principles of wealth creation and management, and learn how to make your intellectual and real capital work for you. Your family situation is unique, and your principles must sometimes differ from the standard financial advice--and that's okay. Life is not a template, and even the best strategy must be able to adapt to real-life situations. You'll learn to chart your own path to financial security, utilizing the author's own tools that he developed over 15 years as an active board member, chairman of the board, or chief financial officer of multiple companies. Oversimplified wealth management advice does not leave you equipped to manage your real-world finances. This guide is written with intellectual rigor, but in the language of family discussion, to give you a real, practical guide to being an effective family CFO. Create your own financial prosperity and security Align financial acumen with your family's specific situation Adapt to real-world situations and make your financial advisor work for you Utilize powerful financial tools to help you build financial independence Every family needs a CFO to manage wealth, and the principles of corporate finance apply from the boardroom to the living room. Family Inc. delivers actionable advice in the form of CFO training to help you plot a real-world family financial plan.

30 review for Family Inc.: Using Business Principles to Maximize Your Family's Wealth

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jeronimo (Jero)

    I have read many books about personal finance as I like to handle and optimize my own economy for the future, and have been doing it for several years now; so I'm by no means new to the concepts and traditional practices about this subject. I must say that for me, this is one of the best books I've read on personal financial planning. The author describes a solid portfolio of tools to measure, control and safely grow the family's assets or wealth using available instruments; with thorough explan I have read many books about personal finance as I like to handle and optimize my own economy for the future, and have been doing it for several years now; so I'm by no means new to the concepts and traditional practices about this subject. I must say that for me, this is one of the best books I've read on personal financial planning. The author describes a solid portfolio of tools to measure, control and safely grow the family's assets or wealth using available instruments; with thorough explanations of why he recommends them. I appreciated McCormick's take on family financial planning coming from his professional experience managing much larger financial portfolios and businesses. I've certainly learned new concepts about family financial planning that I will use in my own life, for me that's what makes a book stand out.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Mat

    Practical and Actionable I've read or perused many personal finance books. Many are either filled with fluff or just don't provide actionable advice. I read Family, Inc. in about a day after seeing a NYT book review. I read it on my Kindle, but am also buying a hard copy for my family. The booked is filled with practical and actionable advice both on a big picture and granular level. I'm off to check my asset allocations. Thanks Doug--what a great resource! Practical and Actionable I've read or perused many personal finance books. Many are either filled with fluff or just don't provide actionable advice. I read Family, Inc. in about a day after seeing a NYT book review. I read it on my Kindle, but am also buying a hard copy for my family. The booked is filled with practical and actionable advice both on a big picture and granular level. I'm off to check my asset allocations. Thanks Doug--what a great resource!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Karen Briscoe

    The information is based on the perspective that all are entrepreneurs, particularly in the age of knowledge workers. And because of that financial literacy is key to a sound future. The book bases the principles on business practices in order to maximize a family's wealth. Karen Briscoe, author and podcast host "5 Minute Success" The information is based on the perspective that all are entrepreneurs, particularly in the age of knowledge workers. And because of that financial literacy is key to a sound future. The book bases the principles on business practices in order to maximize a family's wealth. Karen Briscoe, author and podcast host "5 Minute Success"

  4. 5 out of 5

    Mathieu Desrosiers

    Call to action L’auteur présente une perspective différente de la gestion des finances personnelles en appelant le lecteur à devenir le propriétaire de sa “business” familiale.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Adam

    A great introduction to financial planning for a family. The most helpful concept was about the future value of labor and seeing education and even the family as a means of making yourself more valuable. Turning that value into profit would be a huge follow up book.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Raymond W. Barton

    Well done. Great read for any family thinking about their future and finances.

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