Monthly Archives: May 2013

Time is Well Spent at the Bank with Your Kids

  I prefer to do some things the old fashioned way.  Like banking. I like going to the bank. I have been going ever since I was a kid. A lot of my upbringing was spent going to the bank … Continue reading

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My Kids Get Money

As a Mom and professional financial educator, I am delighted when a student “gets” money after spending a little time with me in class (or at home). I am pleased to share this ‘Thank You’ note from a student of … Continue reading

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MORE Surprising Ways Kids Count Your Money

Parents are financially transparent. The kids know the state of your finances. It’s in your state of mind. It’s in your attitude. It’s in your aura. Kids know your secrets and signals when you have money and when you don’t. … Continue reading

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Surprising Ways Kids Count Your Money

Who is in your wallet? Benjamin? Franklin? Your kids! You may not know what’s in there, but the chances are good that THEY DO. Here are a few of the surprising ways kids count your money. Readers are invited to … Continue reading

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April showers financial literacy

April showers are for kids. It’s financial literacy month and can be a starting point to start teaching kids about money. We can can use many spring time cliches and changes in nature to guide us in building a good … Continue reading

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