Each Friday, Women Who Money will share personal finance posts written by women on a variety of topics! But this week, we are focusing on Teaching Older Children, Teens, and Adult Children about Money!
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Prudence Debt Free is a blog written by Ruth. This week she wrote a guest post on the website Debt Discipline about financially parenting strong-willed teens and the challenges that go along with that! If you have a teen who tests your patience (or if you were that teen), you’ll want to check out this post!
And this time it’s Ruth from Living Well Spending Less sharing a great post on what every teen needs to know about money! She also explains that kids usually learn many other important things when they learn about money too; the importance of a strong work ethic and communication skills to name a few!
Maggie from the National Bank of Mom wrote a post titled, If I Could Teach My Child Just One Financial Lesson It Wouldn’t Be To Save. The title might surprise you a bit, but the message is so important! And don’t you love the name of Maggie’s site?
My Journey Along the Way is a blog by Lori, a mother of three, who offers her advice to kids as they get ready to graduate. Who should they listen to? Should they make their own mistakes? We like Lori’s advice for teens getting ready to start the next part of their lives!
Lorie Konish, a personal finance writer at CNBC, shared this article reminding parents that giving money to adult children could harm retirement planning and the parent’s financial futures. What should you do if your adult child struggles with money? Check out her suggestions to help both you and your child move in the right direction.
Award-winning journalist and editor, Janet Reynolds shared a post on Ways to Provide for Your Disabled Adult Child’s Future on the website NextAvenue.org. Special Needs Trusts and Last-To-Die insurance policies are discussed in this important article for parents of special needs children.
And finally, Are You Looking to Raise Money Conscious Teens? Well, Amy and Vicki, the co-founders of Women Who Money have both raised teens, and they learned a lot about parenting and money along the way! Check out their guest post on Femme Frugality and see if you have anything else you could add!
If you’d like one of your or another blogger’s post considered for “Today’s Best: Winning Women Who Money,” submit the link here.