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It is never too early to start teaching young people the financial skills they will need for life. Find the resources you need to raise children to be financially successful adults.
Summer is a challenging time to occupy children who are too old to need full-time childcare, but too young to hold a “real” job. Instead of letting kids fill their hours playing video games, encourage them to try their hand at entrepreneurship. With a little supervision, your tween could earn a little cash as well as some valuable lessons about money management.
As the summer season winds down, the start of a new school year is fast approaching. Every new school year presents new challenges and opportunities for kids. The new school year also presents a challenge for parents: how to pay for all the school supplies children need for the year without overspending.
Wise financial planning encourages wise spending and saving for the future. Learning smart spending habits can have a profound impact on a young child’s life. The financial lessons children learn today will last well into adulthood.
Most parents expect and are prepared for the big summertime expenses such as vacations, summer camps, and child care. However, summers also can get expensive in terms of finding day-to-day activities that keep children occupied. The good news is that there are a lot of activities oriented specifically to children that cost very little, if anything at all.
Nearly 7 in 10 children in America are asked to participate in fundraisers on behalf of their school or organization, according to MMI’s 2010 Kids and Money Survey.
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