How Kids Can Give and Help During Coronavirus

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In the past few weeks, our children’s lives have been turned upside down. From school closings, performance and sport cancellations, postponed traditions such as prom and graduation, to no more playdates, the way our kids interact with the world is evolving minute by minute. However, in the midst of these social losses, there’s an abundance… Read more »

TEACHING CHARITABLE GIVING

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Teaching Charitable Giving

The holiday season and year’s end motivate many people to give charitably, whether by donating money to a specific cause, volunteering at a local food bank, or providing gifts to families in need, as examples. However, teaching your children the meaning behind giving, and instilling philanthropy as a family value can be done throughout the… Read more »

How To Teach Your Kids To Save Money

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There are many aspects to financial learning and literacy, but a pinnacle objective is learning how to save money. Being able to save for your future is critical in supporting your ultimate financial well-being, security, and long-term happiness. It’s also personally rewarding, can build self-confidence, and enhance self-esteem.   It’s important to discuss the value… Read more »

Questions To Ask Before Buying A Family Vacation Home

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When you’re on vacation, the allure of securing a slice of family fun year-round can be appealing. How can you bottle that vacation bliss for you and your loved ones? Buying a second home is the most commonly contemplated answer. Vacation home ownership offers distinct perks, and many adults have fond memories of cherished vacations… Read more »

Teaching Your Kids About Money In A Digital Age

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Learning about money as a resource for life achievement is a critical aspect of your child’s development. You can encourage financially savvy kids through age-appropriate activities and responsibilities that focus on key financial principles like savings for kids, budgeting, and giving. Piggy banks, chores, and allowances are some of the traditional tools that can help… Read more »