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Creating Wealth

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Wealth creation refers to anything that can be owned and exerted, have some value and/or possess some inherent, intangible, potential future worth. Assets are generally viewed as tangible assets (real estate, personal belongings, durable goods); capital assets are viewed as accounts receivable or inventory, and variable assets are viewed as financial investments and futures. In determining what strategies to pursue in wealth creation, the term wealth is used in two different contexts: wealth for today and future. Today’s wealth creation strategies often refer to “buying right” with financial instruments such as stock and bonds (the buying right being an intent to resell at a profit over time) or other capital assets. Future-oriented wealth creation strategies (like building capital, using money under retirement plans, etc.)

The two types of wealth creation strategies can be summed up as having resources that will generate income in the future or using future assets to produce income today. A future-oriented wealth creation strategy is designed to create future wealth. Resources like raw land, minerals, forests, and so on, are used to make things (productive output). These resources are then utilized today in production processes that produce goods (services or private possessions). Under such a strategy, the assets create future income now.

There are two basic types of wealth creation strategies: financial management and purchasing goals. Financial management refers to setting and achieving realistic financial goals in a timely manner. To do this, financial managers must take inventory of their assets and liabilities, determine their expected future income, and set relevant discount rates for each category of assets and liabilities. This chapter briefly describes the concepts behind the two concepts.

Creating wealth creation strategies is a part of realizing one’s career goals. As career goals are realized, additional financial opportunities open up. The second aspect of creating wealth creation strategies involves using assets today to produce future income. This chapter provides information about the concepts of financial management and buying goals.

Financial management includes setting appropriate investment objectives, developing a long-term financial plan, determining suitable investments, and maintaining financial stability. It also includes implementing sound money management practices. This chapter briefly discusses the concepts of financial management and wealth creation strategies. Financial management includes setting investment objectives, creating a long-term financial plan, determining suitable investments, and maintaining financial stability. The strategies developed in this chapter are designed to accomplish personal career goals through investment in sound funds.

Another type of wealth creation strategy is to buy low-risk investments in order to create wealth. This chapter briefly discusses both methods for buying low-risk investments. The wealth creation strategy here uses net worth, which is defined as the current value less expenses on current assets. This chapter also briefly discusses the concept of net worth. Net worth is equal to current net worth less current expenses on all non-exempt liabilities, minus present cash obligations on all exempt liabilities, less current expenses on all exempt liabilities, less current cash obligations on all non- exempted assets, less current expenses on all non-exempt liabilities, less current expenses on all non-exempt possessions, less current expenses on all estate and family businesses, less current expenses on all other businesses owned or operated by the owner, less current expenses on all inherited property, less current expenses on any current home purchase, less current expenses on any outstanding loans, less current expenses on any outstanding taxes, less current expenses on any outstanding judgments, less current expenses on any outstanding taxes and mortgages, less current expenses on any outstanding student loan or child support obligations.

Creating wealth creation strategies requires careful assessment of an individuals current and future financial strengths and weaknesses. This chapter discusses investing strategies based on asset valuation modeling techniques. One effective way of valuing assets is to apply discounted cash flow principles. This chapter briefly discusses the concepts of discounted cash flow, risk-adjusted discount rates, and rate of return, using an asset’s age to value it. The chapters also discuss methods of creating wealth through smart investments.

When creating wealth creation strategies, one must keep in mind that their assets will not increase in value overnight. Therefore, wealth creation strategies must be sustainable and long term. Creating wealth requires one to be disciplined and take their time so as not to get into a scramble looking for deals. It takes time to build up capital and to increase your net worth.

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