Women and Money

Teaching Kids About Money

 

Raising Money-Smart Children
In first and second grade, your children are probably learning cursive handwriting and their multiplication tables. But there’s something else they can learn—money management. And there’s no better teacher than you.

 

Beat the Heat of Back-to-School Shopping
Overwhelmed by the thought of doing back-to-school shopping for my 6½-year-old son, I decided to turn it into a learning experience for him.

 

A Dad’s Money Lesson for His Four-Year-Old Daughter
For whatever reason—I call it a dad’s intuition—my husband took it upon himself to begin teaching my daughter about money on her fourth birthday.

 

A Daughter Looking Back at Her Dad’s Money Lessons
My dad has always been a saver so that he would not have the same financial pressures his parents did. I'm thankful that he taught me early on about saving.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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