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Education is expensive, with college graduates borrowing nearly $30,000 each on average in 2020. Being stuck with a student loan can make it challenging for your children to get ahead, so consider creating an education fund for them before their college years arrive.
The more money they can put toward a college education, the easier they may find it to set themselves up for life. You can then say you contributed to their success and possible future wealth.
Building generational wealth is something many of us can work hard to build. Start small with savings accounts, then consider investing in the stock market, real estate, and even a new business venture. You never know where this financial journey may take you.

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7 Ideas to Build Generational Wealth

Many families dream of being able to leave behind lasting wealth for their loved ones. However, having something to pass on to your children and them passing it onto their children is something you might think is no longer possible unless you’re born into wealth.
In reality, there are various ways to build generational wealth that many of us can do if we set our minds to it. Once you’ve achieved your other financial goals, consider the following methods to help set up your family’s future.

Invest in the Stock Market

When you first learn how to start investing, it can be a daunting and scary experience. There are many new terminologies to learn and research to perform to ensure you’re investing in the right stocks for future gains.
However, there are plenty of helpful resources and people available to help you begin your stock market investment journey. You can choose between U.S. and international stocks, large-cap and small-cap funds, emerging markets, and more. As a beginner, you may find that it’s in your best interest to start with low-cost index funds that prioritize long-term growth and build your way up as your knowledge of the subject builds.

Purchase Real Estate
If you have already embarked on a property purchasing journey by buying your first family home, you’ve already got a foot in the door for being able to build generational wealth through real estate.
Real estate is one of the soundest investments available as it’s a tangible asset you can pass down through generations. It can also be one you maintain over time, earn money annually, and buy and sell to make a profit as the years go by.
While making that initial purchase can be a scary process, you can soon familiarize yourself with market data and begin making wise property purchases. When the time comes to transfer your wealth to your loved ones, you may have built up a strong portfolio of property investments that serve them and their family well for years to come.

Consider Passive Income Options
It’s not uncommon to have more than one income, but it usually requires you to work two jobs, if not more, to make that extra income. To bring in additional money so that you have something to leave for future generations, look at your passive income options.
There are many different ways to make passive income, such as creating an app, writing a blog, trying peer-to-peer lending, or even writing ebooks you can sell. Some people also set up online stores and dropship products to make money.

Pay Off Debt
Appreciating assets is an easy way to accumulate wealth to pass on, but it’s essential to make sure you’ve taken the time to pay down or pay off any high-interest debt you have. The last thing you want to do is pass on debt along with assets, which may need to be sold to pay off said debt.
Significant debt levels may require you to put your wealth-building plans on hold, but you can also set up payment plans with an end date in sight. As a result, you may be able to invest in the stock market and make other sound investments while paying off debt simultaneously.

Start a Business
One of the many benefits of starting a business is being able to reap the rewards of your own hard work. While you can take a wage from your business, you can also take a cut of the profits and live a comfortable lifestyle.
If you’re ever given the opportunity to purchase a business you’re passionate about or believe you can succeed in, there may be value in considering it. If it makes financial sense, it might be something your children and their children benefit from in the years to come.

Purchase Life Insurance
Taxes can be complicated and depending on how you have your assets and wealth set up, they may be subject to hefty taxes once you die, leaving your loved ones with significantly less than you anticipated.
By purchasing life insurance, you may be able to reduce the amount of tax they pay or even eliminate the tax portion of that policy altogether. Talk to insurance advisors about setting up your death benefit proceeds to go to the beneficiaries tax-free.

Invest in Your Children’s Education
Education is expensive, with college graduates borrowing nearly $30,000 each on average in 2020. Being stuck with a student loan can make it challenging for your children to get ahead, so consider creating an education fund for them before their college years arrive.
The more money they can put toward a college education, the easier they may find it to set themselves up for life. You can then say you contributed to their success and possible future wealth.
Building generational wealth is something many of us can work hard to build. Start small with savings accounts, then consider investing in the stock market, real estate, and even a new business venture. You never know where this financial journey may take you.

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