5 Reasons Why Your Family Needs a CFO with Doug McCormick

Guest: Doug McCormick


Description: Looking for the best ways to build a strong financial future for yourself and your family? Have you considered managing your family finances like a business? Host Jordan Goodman talks with Doug McCormick about why McCormick advises families to manage their finances like a business and what that looks and feels like. McCormick is a big proponent of developing your financial self worth so that you can develop your financial future. Goodman and McCormick talk about the major ideas from McCormick's book, Family Inc, and why McCormick is such a strong advocate for his system of family money management. McCormick believes that family financial security is the culmination of a lifetime of better financial decisions.

Guest Bio: Doug McCormick has served as an active duty Army officer, attended Harvard Business School, worked as an investment banker and a private equity investor, and as an entrepreneur as cofounder of HCI Equity Partners where he serves as Managing Partner. Before joining HCI Equity, Doug worked as a Managing Director at Thayer Capital and in the Investment Banking Division of Morgan Stanley & Co. Doug has served as a Captain in the U.S. Army’s 25th Infantry Division. Doug holds a Master of Business Administration from Harvard Business School and a Bachelor of Science in Economics from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. Doug wrote the book and created the Family Inc. website to help high performing adults manage their finances to bring their family financial peace, stability and abundance. Doug also works with veterans to navigate the civilian financial world so their service and sacrifice can be rewarded with a secure financial future.


URL: www.familyinc.com

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