I recently attended a wedding reception here in Paris. A friend had tied the knot with his new love at the 4th arrondissement’s mayor’s office in a simple, charming civil ceremony. The reception was held at a local art gallery, owned by another friend. It was a joyful, fun afternoon filled with laughter, tears, joy, … More The Steering Committee
I get more than a few emails asking about how to educate, communicate, and transition children into adulthood with good financial habits. The big question relating to this topic is often: when do I stop giving my kids money? As most of you remember, I was interviewed by Geoff Williams from The Huffington Post about … More When (and How) To Stop Giving Your Children Money
I was recently asked by Carmen Jacob, the Editor-in-Chief at UpJourney, to offer my take on ‘traditional American values’, the Core Values of Old Money that are detailed in The Old Money Book. I was delighted to offer an introduction for the uninitiated. You can find the article HERE. Enjoy! BGT
Mia Taylor at The Simple Dollar reached out to me a few weeks ago for her piece on Financial Preparedness. The Checklist she details is a solid one, and I was happy to offer my small contribution. You can read her article HERE. Is there anything else you’d add to it? Anything you have an … More Old Money, Simple Dollar
Journalist Geoff Williams spoke with a entrepreneurs, psychologists, wealth managers–and me–last week about when (and how) parents should stop giving their children money. His logic in wanting to speak with me was straightforward: Old Money families obviously know something about how to handle this issue, or there wouldn’t be any money left. He had some … More The Huffington Post Talks Old Money
I was recently asked to comment privately about the pros and cons of living in Europe. My wife and I have lived in Paris for the past five years, and the Inquiring Mind wanted to know about the relative merits of the experience. After sharing the information privately, I thought it might be a good … More Why Live in Paris?
The following article appeared on the Ivy Style blog in 2008, during the pitch black months of the financial crisis. The blog’s founder, Christian Chensvold, promotes the ‘Ivy Style’ wardrobe and to a lesser extent its corresponding values. His article here is interesting: he makes the astute observation that the American economy is largely kept … More The Lost Money Look…10 Years On