Healthy Financial Parenting And Managing Parental Differences

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A significant aspect of teaching your kids about money is considering your own role in their financial learning experience. While many factors combine to shape your child’s outlook on money and overall financial literacy, one of the most influential aspects is watching how you and other significant adults deal with financial matters. Establishing a pattern… Read more »

Financial Planning Tips For Parents

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Being a parent is one of the most rewarding and challenging experiences of a lifetime. The most basic things you need to be able to offer your children include unconditional love, attention, and limitless opportunities to learn and grow. Beyond these, from a financial perspective, there are plenty of other requirements to plan for in… Read more »

4 Ways To Say ‘NO’ To Your Kids – Without Actually Saying ‘No’!

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Mother and Daughter

As a parent, you want to strike a reasonable balance between saying ‘Yes’ and ‘No’. It can be difficult to say ‘No’ to your kids, and saying it too often can breed resentment and defiance. Conversely, saying ‘Yes’ too much also has its downsides. From a financial perspective, saying ‘Yes’ too often can encourage a… Read more »