After interviewing over 100 self-made millionaires, successful entrepreneurs and personal finance experts on my podcast, I decided to make a new resource to share with you.
The Young Family Wealth Playbook boils down my last two years of inspiring interviews into a concise 7-step guide to help your family win with money. By joining the MKM Community, you’ll receive this eBook for as my complimentary gift to you.
About the Author
Hi. I’m Andy.
I’m a 37-year-old Dad living in metro Detroit.
I started Marriage, Kids and Money to grow into a better version of myself, give my family the best lives possible and help others do the same. Through my podcast interviews and articles, I chronicle our family’s journey toward financial freedom and I share advice from the successful luminaries I’ve spoken with.
As my family has continued down this exciting path, we have:
- Paid off $48,032 of consumer debt
- Become mortgage-free in less than 4 years (ever heard of a mortgage piñata?)
- Increased our net worth by $800,000
My podcast is focused on helping families build legacy wealth. The weekly show was nominated as “Best New Personal Finance Podcast” by Plutus in 2017.
Outside of my weekly blog writing, my personal finance focused articles have been featured in MarketWatch, Business Insider, NBC News, NerdWallet and Rockstar Finance.
When I’m not “talking money”, I enjoy wrestling with my two kids and singing 80’s karaoke with my wife.
7 Steps to Solidifying Your Family’s Future Wealth
This playbook is designed to help you succeed in building wealth for your family. It’s broken down into the 7 key steps that rose to surface throughout my podcast interviews over the last year.
Because I want this resource to be helpful and concise, I’ve included some links to articles and resources that will help you learn more.
You will not get rich quickly from these steps.
This guidebook is not designed to encourage you to quit your 9-5.
The goal is to provide you with a framework for how everyday people are building wealth and how you can too. It’s not easy and it takes a lot of time and dedication, but trust me … it’s worth it.