The number one subject parents ask me about is allowance.
It's always a treat to speak at schools, where I can connect with children I don't know and who haven't been inundated with my money mania.
Waiting for anything is so hard for kids—but our children are learning a powerful life lesson: How to delay gratification.
Research shows that kids as young as three years old can learn about money. And fear not! Kids don’t need math skills to build good financial habits.
It can be tough to talk to your kid about bad financial news like a layoff or a foreclosure. Here are some tips.
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