ATTORNEY WANTS TO HELP PEOPLE TO THINK ABOUT LEGACY BUILDING
BY TIA CAROL JONES
foundation of Jones’ entire career and led to her getting into the legal and accounting field.
and get on board with that, all of the things we don’t like that are happening right now, won’t be part of our story anymore,” she
but none of them mentioned or prioritized creating a legacy or building generational wealth. Jones wrote “Legacy Made Simple,” she created the workbook and card deck so people could understand how to build generational wealth, with a step-by-step guide, as well as have some assistance as they go through the steps. There also will be live events for families to attend where they can work through their legacy plan.
Beneficiaries will have their own workshops where they will be prepared to receive the inheritances and help them become smart
assets they currently have. What people get wrong, Jones said, is people don’t deal with the inevitability they will die, and they think
building a legacy is about death, when it is about life and living the best life so people can leave the best legacy.
to create brand evangelists who will go to their network and share what they have learned from “Legacy Made Simple.” It is her hope that people will understand what building legacy is about and learn the financial tools that have been elusive to many in Black and Brown communities. Jones wants people to use the tools for the betterment of
their families and their families’ future.
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