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If You Want To Build Wealth For Your Children, Start With These Three Things

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If You Want To Build Wealth For Your Children, Start With These Three Things

If You Want To Build Wealth For Your Children, Start With These Three Things

Business Insider contributor Kevin L.

Miller II has vowed to give his children a running start to their adult life, by building wealth for them as they age.

Within weeks of bringing each of his children home from the hospital, they all had a 529 college savings plan and a custodial account.

In fact, Miller says that by the time his son turns 18, he'll have 75 times more in savings than he had at that age.

To build generational wealth, Miller says it must start with communication.


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