Friday, July 29, 2005

Life, Values, and Money

"While Boston College's Center on Wealth and Philanthropy estimates baby boomers and their parents will transfer wealth and other assets worth at least $41 trillion dollars to family members and charities over the next 47 years, that was not the most important issue to those individuals polled in the study.

Some 77 percent of those polled in the study -- baby boomers, who ranged in age from 40 to 59, and elders, age 65 and older -- said the most important inheritance they could receive or pass on would be values and lessons about life."

"Elders, boomers and their inheritance -- Survey: Baby boomers
and their parents treasure values far above money"
CNN-Money July 29, 2005

City Fire Station Tower, Zhytomyr, Ukraine


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