Today we’re highlighting some terrific men, couples, and business blogs who have posts related to the topics we’ve shared during Financial Literacy Month 2018! It “takes a village” to help people become financially literate and we’re excited to share these posts with you!
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Meet Brian from Debt Discipline! Brian and his wife started paying off over $100K of debt back in 2010 and he’s blogged about it along the way. They have three kids and many of his posts talk about the importance of educating kids and improving the financial literacy of those around us. Brian doesn’t just write, he also goes out into his community to support people who want to learn more about getting out of debt! Check out his posts on Telling Your Kids You’re Deep in Debt and Teaching Kids Financial Discipline. You can find even more great posts on his site!
FamZoo is the “virtual family banking system” and award-winning financial app created by Bill Dwight. Bill is a champion of financial literacy and in honor of financial literacy month, Bill wrote 30 Top Parenting Tips for 30 Days of Financial Literacy Month. Since teaching kids about money is the focus of FamZoo – every article on his site could have been highlighted this month! Scroll down the right side of Bill’s site and you’ll see some more great posts like Why Savings Accounts Don’t Teach Your Kids to Save.
Andy Hill is the blogger and voice behind the Marriage, Kids and Money blog and podcast. His website is full of great information about money in relationships and helping your kids better understand money. Andy shares his thoughts on how to get kids to help around the house and how he and his wife handle paying the kids for chores.
My Son’s Father is the dad of two little boys. On his blog, he shares posts about his journey to financial independence. Two of his recent posts both talked about investing and kids. Check out Is a Bear Market the Best Time to Teach Kids about the Stock Market and I’m Afraid to Teach My Kids About the Stock Market.
Jamie Griffin writes a blog that shares information on helping families get out of debt. And when you are talking about families, discussing Relationships and Money is key. Jamie also recently shared what he learned by teaching middle school students how to make a budget!
Is money a touchy subject in your relationship? Check out these five tips that Ben Tosi shares in this Mozo.com post about Making Money Talk in Your Relationship More Romantic.
Have you wondered whether you should combine money with your partner? Or have you combined money and now your second guessing that decision? Charles and Bethany from His and Her FI recently recorded a podcast about Combining Finances in a Relationship. Listen to their honest talk about money, debt, emotions, and how our upbringing affects our money relationships.
Adrienne McGuire writes the blog for Veitengruber Law. She shares some important points in the post Financing the Future: Teaching Money Mastery to Kids. Do you explain to your kids what “swiping” credit and debit cards really means? Do they understand where the money is that pays for those items? Check out why Adrienne thinks it might be a better idea to pay for some items in cash.