When we think of financial wealth, there’s often little thought about its relative purposes. Sometimes those considerations come only after it’s been acquired or, worse, if it’s wreaked devastation on a family.
The reality is that the questions we ask near the end of our life are the ones we ought to ask at the beginning.
Here are 4 questions that provide guidelines for life:
- What is the purpose of wealth and money in my life? (In other words, what should it be used for?)
- What’s my philosophy and the biblical view of wealth acquisition?
- What’s my philosophy around wealth transfer?
- What’s my view on wealth preservation?
These are great questions to address as you develop a holistic view of your wealth—whatever amount that may be.
This blog is part if a series on “4”: 4 Questions, 4 Things, etc. It’s a way of offering concise commentary. Check out the rest of the series of “4”!
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Published September 5, 2017
Topics: A Life of Faith