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All it does is ‘breed laziness and entitlement’

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Music legend Marie Osmond stands by her statement that she won't leave her children any money. (Photo: Donald Kravitz/Getty Images)

Music legend Marie Osmond stands by her statement that she won’t leave her children any money. (Photo: Donald Kravitz/Getty Images)

Marie Osmond Unfazed by her plans to exclude her children from her inheritance.

The former country singer, 63, has opened up about her plans to donate her wealth to charity rather than leave it to her seven children.

“Honestly, why don’t you let your kid try to become something? I don’t know anyone who is given money and becomes something,” Osmond said. rice field. Said every week“For me, the greatest gift you can give a child is knowing who they are and a passion for working. I like challenges and I want to try anything.I’m a finisher.”

Rising to fame at a young age as a member of the famous Osmond family, Osmond is the mother of eight children: Steven, 39, Rachel, 31, Jessica, 35, Brandon, 26, Brianna, 24, Matthew, 23, and Abigail. , 18. In 2010, her 18-year-old son, Michael, committed suicide.

The singer firmly believes that leaving wealth behind could discourage the younger generation from working hard.

“That’s one of my rules for my children. Once you start it, finish it. You never have to do it again, but you must finish it. And what inheritance does is I think it’s all about breeding laziness and entitlement.I worked hard and I’m going to use it all to have fun with my husband,” she said with ex-husband Stephen Craig in 2011, more than 25 years after their divorce. Osmond, who has remarried, said:

Osmond first revealed her financial plans back in 2020 during the segment of Talk where the organizers were discussing Kirk Douglas died in February The movie star left most of his multi-million dollar fortune to charity.

“I’m not leaving my kids any money,” Osmond explained to the co-host. I think it puts children at a huge disadvantage because it robs them of the most important gift they can have: the ability to work.”

Osmond added that children from wealthy families often “don’t know what to do” and “get into trouble.”

Despite her statement, Osmond elaborated that she has no problem financially supporting the lives of her children, whether buying a house or a car.

Osmond has previously explained that he has found great value throughout his 60-year career in the entertainment industry.

“I am very blessed to be able to see my work as work and my life as life.” she told Yahoo Life January 2022. You can be happy anytime. “

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