Original title: 税理士だけが知っている お金を残すしくみ
Category: Personal Finance
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Why: I want to build a sustainable habit of nurturing assets.
Goal: learn how to give and receive assets among family members.
Table of Contents
3 Key Concepts
- Communicate sincerely and often with your people.
- Pay yourself first, spend consciously, and invest in something you understand.
- Bite your tongue, shut up about your earnings.
How to invest in communication with family?
Yes, you should invest more in talking to family members. Invest time, effort, and money in getting to know their life goals and desire. Ask these questions:
- What do my mom and dad want to do this year?
- What does my sibling want to achieve next with his/her family?
- What worry my family the most? Health, finance, relationship?
This book underlines that before you seek money advice in numbers, seek answers in words first. The comments from the one you care about.
Suggestions on Maximizing Assets
The author said there are obviously 3 ways to have more.
- Increase your income
This is slow and difficult.
To-do: “King of Investment” = invest in yourself, seriously budgeting for courses.
- Decrease your expense
This is quick and easy.
To-do: jot down every time you buy something. 1 piece of paper per day.
- Manage investment return
This must be slow and easy.
To-do: buy assets that do not overwhelm you. Do it incrementally, and only in assets do you understand how it generates returns.
Show off your wealth is a sure way to hell. It is dangerous because some people just cannot stand others’ happiness.
We all know what it is like when talking to our peers at a family or class reunion. Money, Status, Success. We want to measure up and rank ourselves.
The suggestion is to tell others that your husband/wife takes care of the family account, and you have no idea how much you have now. Or you have an investment, but it comes with debt, etc. Or, at the very least, shut up about it. There are enough insecure people who gotta brag about their earnings.
To sum up
Nurturing assets starts with caring about who you want to get from and who you want to give. Then, invest in communication while you can. Talking about money, purposes, and dreams is a sure way to make things awkward.
Question yourself if you know these important things about your people before getting to numbers in an account.
Check out: What Investors Value More Than “Money” by Hideto Fujino to learn more about the right attitude toward money.
Goal check: I learned a few questions and habits I need to adopt to nurture assets in my family.
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