Do you have a child or grandchild you’d like to teach lessons about money? Story time is a fun way you can teach (or sneak in ) money lessons about saving and spending. A book I recently used at the local library is Bunny Money by Rosemary Wells. The children and parents enjoyed the story and it includes several money lessons you can make interactive.
Congratulations college grad! You’ve spent the last four years on a shoestring budget dining on cold pizza and driving a 2005 Honda Accord hand me down from your mother.
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The teen through early adulthood years provide a time when your child can practice making money decisions under your guidance. Here are four areas to discuss with your child:
Time moves so fast when you have children. One minute you’re changing diapers and the next you’re watching a confident kindergartner walking into the classroom. Now that your child has reached school age, here are a few ways to teach them about finances through pre-teen years.
1) Open a Savings Account
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