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 »

Giving Your Kids An Allowance

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You can’t expect your kids to develop sensible saving and spending habits without having money to learn with. That’s why giving your kids an allowance is an important part of their financial education. At its core, giving your kids an allowance teaches them how to accumulate money and how to use it wisely. It’s the… 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 »