Uncover Your Child’s Money Management Style With Halloween Candy
How Your Vacation Can Teach Your Kids About Money
Want to know something spooky? You can uncover your kid’s money management style by watching them with their Halloween goodies. Watch closely and their behavior with their door-to-door haul will teach you more about your kids’ approach to money than you ever thought. 3 Things To Consider While You Observe: Your child’s first form […]
3 Ways to Make Lasting Family Memories
Vacation can teach your kids about money in so many ways. The good, the bad and the ugly all comes out when you are spending time with your family. Maybe it’s the close quarters, maybe it’s because mom and dad see that they are spending WAY MORE than quarters, but whatever it is, take a […]
Your Kids Can Be Generous. Here’s how.
Handling your money doesn’t have to be stressful. Your money can actually help you make lasting family memories. The benefit of spending money is an investment in creating memories for your family. How to Use Your Money to Create Small, Medium, and Large Last Memories Small Memories – You can go to free events in […]
5 Funny Examples That Prove “Quantity” Time With Your Kids Matters
Here’s an idea we received from one of our readers that we couldn’t resist passing along. It reminds us that kids can be generous.
3 Success Hacks to Survive Back to School Spending
Let’s get real about this “quality vs. quantity” debate. Quantity time with your kids matters. We recently saw a perky talk show host ask a mega celebrity, “How do you balance a busy schedule with two kids and a husband?” Originally appeared in yourtango.com
How to Tell If You’re Raising a Spoiled Brat
It’s that time of year again. Back to school spending … I mean shopping. In our home, there’s a little bit of grieving going on as well. With school getting ready to start in two weeks, it means our summer is over. I, Scott, for one am bummed.
Why Your Kid’s Money Habits Are Shocking
A big struggle we face as parents is how to raise our kids to be responsible when it comes to money. How can we tell if we are raising a generous child, or on our way to raising a spoiled brat?
Surprise! 3 Useful Tips to Thrive with Boomerang Kids
Sure we love them, but sometimes our kids can really drive us crazy – especially when it comes to money!
How to Avoid Raising a Spoiled Brat
There is no debating that things have been tough for kids graduating from college the past 8 years. Here is a statistic we recently stumbled across: “One in five people in their 20s and early 30s is currently living with his or her parents. And 60 percent of all young adults receive financial support from […]
By establishing financial priorities, many parents hope to teach their children valuable money lessons — and avoid raising a spoiled brat. We are excited to republish this article by Susan Johnston, which originally appeared on USNews.com, where we are cited.