The title of this book suggests that you are going to be getting practical advice for long term financial planning for your family. Surprise! I'm now into the second hour and I have heard two pieces of advice: 1) delay gratification 2) have a big family and put them to work in the family business. All the rest was amateur right wing history, and I do mean amateur. We are not talking William F. Buckley here. If you like this sort of stuff, just watch Glenn Beck. Its free and you can save your precious book credit!
Provide some actual information and advice about multi-generational financial planning.
He did a fine job reading the book. Too bad about the drivel.
Are you kidding me? Also, who published this?
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