Using Genograms to Help Understand Relationships with Money

Gallo, Eileen
September 2001
Journal of Financial Planning;Sep2001, Vol. 14 Issue 9, p46
Academic Journal
This article focuses on the use of Money Genograms to determine money relationships. Money genogram is a specialized form of a family tree that displays information about money relationships in a manner that reveals family patterns. It makes use of symbols that distinguish not only the sex of the individuals but also the various family relationships that might be encountered. Specifically, money genogram traces money personalities of family members through several generations. It could also be use to trace lines of inheritance and insurance needs.


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