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Want to learn how to create generational wealth? You know, the type of wealth that your children’s children’s children’s children can rely on. The type of wealth that allows your family to live a life of financial freedom, pursue their passions, and make a real impact on the world without having to sit behind a cubicle or screen all day long? That’s the wealth Whitney Elkins-Hutten is teaching you how to build in today’s episode.
After achieving financial independence for herself and her family through real estate, Whitney knew that she didn’t want her knowledge to go to waste. So, she developed a wealth-building blueprint for her daughter, which became her new book, Money for Tomorrow. In it, Whitney teaches you how to build a wealth legacy that will endure for generations to come and ensure that your descendants won’t gamble or spend away your life’s work.
To protect your generational wealth, Whitney walks us through the four financial “horsemen” that will drain your savings, crush you with taxes and fees, and lead you to financial ruin. So, if you want to ensure your wealth is built to last and will be there for generations, stick around for this episode and pick up your copy of Money for Tomorrow using code “MFTPOD” for a special discount!
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David:This is the BiggerPockets Podcast show, 889er. What’s going on? This is David Greene, your host of the BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast joined today by the handsome, talented, successful, and incredibly wealthy cohost, Rob Abasolo. And we have cooked up a great show for you all today.
Rob:Wealthy and quaff hair. Listen, I’m in my head today because I don’t know if I wore this shirt on the last podcast that we did, and I only have three or four and I try to cycle them out, so it may look to anyone watching on YouTube that I’m wearing the same shirt for the last month.
Rob:A little bit.
David:My goodness. This is why I introduced you as incredibly wealthy, so people would just assume you’re like Mark Zuckerberg and you wear the same shirt every day.
Rob:Not wealthy in confidence. But you know what? I am wealthy in an amazing podcast show that we’re going to have today. We’re actually bringing on Whitney Elkins-Hutten, and she’s going to be talking about how to create generational wealth that lasts, and the biggest levers that you can pull to stop losing money while you’re building wealth through real estate.
David:That’s right. So many investors get into real estate because they have this drive to build wealth, but not just by themselves, but to create generational wealth for the others in their family. And the good news is, even if you don’t have a family, even if you’re brand new to investing, Whitney’s advice is still going to help you build wealth smarter and faster.
Rob:And listeners may remember Whitney from 340, which resonated a l