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Your “wealth culture” (and why it matters)

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Did you know that your family has a “rich culture”?

(By “culture” is meant the collection of common beliefs, values, assumptions, habits, and behaviors that characterize a group of people.)

Every group of people exhibits a particular culture. Cities do. So do schools, churches, civic groups, and sports teams.

Companies also have their own culture. (I am now thinking of one fast food restaurant marked by surly employees and painfully slow service. And another establishment down the road where I am always served promptly and with a genuine smile.) .)

In fact, culture develops wherever people live, work, worship, serve and play together.

So your family has a culture. And that culture includes many aspects, including money. That is why the way families see, understand and use money can be called a “wealth culture”.