Getting the Kids Involved in the Family Money
- Money Doesn't Grow on Trees. Kneiszel, Jim // PRO: Portable Restroom Operator;Apr2014, p6
The article presents author's views regarding the management of money. He discusses several facts which includes sustaining wealth and financial conditions, views of John Hartog of Hartog and Baer Trust and estate law regarding tips for family business for money management and need of regular...
- A candle business goes up in smiles. Crocker, Mavise // Christian Science Monitor;8/2/99, Vol. 91 Issue 172, p19
Offers the author's experience in watching her daughters develop a business to earn money. Their research in candle making; Successes, including their sale to a local store owner; Difficulties, including their inability to fulfill an order from the store owner.
- CONTENTED SPENDERS. Caplin, Joan // Money;Fall2002, Vol. 31 Issue 11, p50
Focuses on George Co and his son Chris, of California. How George Co lost his business in the 1992 Los Angeles riots; Efforts of the Cos to build up their perfume wholesaling and manufacturing firm; Lifestyle; Comments of George and Chris; How Chris and two of his siblings have taken over the...
- Philanthropy Is Venture Capital Of Social Change. O'Bee, Gerald J. // Grand Rapids Business Journal;7/15/2002, Vol. 20 Issue 28, p20
Explores the philanthropy works of family-owned businesses in West Michigan. Cooperation of business, education and government; Number and quality of family-owned business-givers; Ways how family business leaders develop moral and social values for their children and employees.
- For love and money. Mucha, Thomas // Crain's Chicago Business;5/14/2007, Vol. 30 Issue 20, p26
The author reflects on the family-owned businesses which are the source of economic stability in Chicago, Illinois. He states that most of the corporate businesses in the state began as a family-owned which has offered 80% job opportunities. He assesses the advantages of having a family business...
- Circumstances dictate different stock for different children. Manterfield, Eric // Indianapolis Business Journal;8/27/2007, Vol. 28 Issue 25, p34A
The article advises owners of family businesses in the U.S. to consider the different circumstances of their children when they divide the stock of the family business among their children. The common stock should be restructured so that each type of stock has its own restrictions on transfer...
- Financial Literacy within the Family Firm: An Exploratory Examination and Opportunity for Learning. Dickins, Denise; Gibson, Shanan; Harris, Michael; McDowell, William // Small Business Institute National Conference Proceedings;Winter2014, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p298
Results from a sample of owner-managers of small family-owned businesses indicated that while they are reasonably satisfied with their overall performance, they are not particularly well versed 1in the basics of financial literacy frequently necessary for long-term business success. In fact,...
- Summer Job. // Hays Free Press (Buda, TX);6/25/2008, Vol. 105 Issue 12, p6C
A photograph of a girl who helps in the shop of her parents is presented.
- DO NOT TRANSITION COMPANY TO YOUR KIDS. // USA Today Magazine;Nov2010, Vol. 139 Issue 2786, p7
The article presents seven reasons not to transition a family-owned enterprise to offspring .