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Making Your Money Matter is a blog written by Kathryn, a CPA who is also very close to earning a Personal Financial Specialist designation. In the post, 10 Simple Ways to Teach Young Kids About Money, she shares things you can do with your kids and the lessons they’ll learn by taking action!
Kerry from Self Sufficient Kids agrees that it’s important to talk to your young children about money. She shares six money lessons your kids should learn in elementary school and adds steps you can take to help each lesson stick!
How much do you have saved? Busy Mom shares how her 9-year-old son Gboy has saved more than most Americans at his young age! And the results aren’t just about money. For those of you drowning in clutter (and toys…), check out the other benefits from the changes made in the Busy household!
Kids are bombarded with advertisements no matter where they are. Turn on the TV. Ads. Drive down the road. More Ads. Turn on an electronic device and check out You-Tube or their favorite game. Ads everywhere! Liz over at Chief Mom Officer shares the evils of advertising and how it affects your kids and their ideas and behavior related to money.
Mrs. Smelling Freedom is working on plans to be financially free in less than two years. But she also thinks it’s critical that we are good role models for our kids! If you don’t “practice what you preach and respect money yourself” then why should your kids learn to use money the right way?
“Teaching her about money and financial literacy was not on my radar as a mother” are the words of Millen Livis of Dare To Change Life. Check out her post on how to empower your kids to win the money game and why ignoring “money talk” is a big mistake!
Frieda, a 40-something wife and mother of two young children, writes a blog called The Frugal Freeway. She recently shared her thoughts on talking to kids about poverty and homelessness and her fear as a parent that “homelessness will come to seem normal” to her kids.
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