Next Generation

Raising a responsible child can be challenging to any parent or guardian, regardless of their stature in life. However, raising a child with exceptional wealth can be even more challenging due to its inherent complexities, risks, rewards and pitfalls. Market Street helps young adults learn how to live responsibly with inherited wealth and safeguard their assets against opportunists and risky investments. We provide children with highly personalized counseling and education. 

When children learn how to live responsibly with wealth they build a sure foundation for their adult years, giving their parents peace of mind that their wealth and values will be preserved for future generations.

Learning how to live responsibly with wealth can begin with an open discussion about spending, saving, giving and the importance of protecting their privacy. More advanced learning may include establishing credit, investing basics and family philanthropy. Market Street can help your child achieve their educational goals in a creative, nurturing and professional environment. So pick a date and let's get started!

Recommended Reading

Creating Change through Family Philanthropy the Next Generation
Alison Goldberg, Karen Pittelman and Resource Generation

The Opposite of Spoiled: Raising Kids Who Are Grounded, Generous, and Smart About Money
Ron Lieber

Preparing Heirs 
Roy Williams and Vic Preisser

Raising Financially Fit Kids
Joline Godfrey

Wealth in Families
Charles W. Collier 

A Wealth of Possibilities
Ellen Miley Perry

Get a Financial Life: Personal Finance in Your Twenties and Thirties
Beth Kobliner



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