Originally conceived by Jay Hughes in 1996, the Family Balance Sheet is a powerful tool for quantifying your family's qualitative capitals.
The Family Balance Sheet rests on a self-assessment that each member of your family can take. The assessment consists of 24 statements, divided among the rubrics of Human, Intellectual, and Social Capital.
Individual responses will be kept confidential. Your family's collective responses will identify areas of strength as well as opportunities for growing your capitals further. Many families apply the Family Balance Sheet each year to measure their progress and guide their educational programs.
To begin the assessment, please click here. You can learn much more about the Family Balance Sheet from any one of the books to the right.