Most kids will NOT learn about money in the classroom. So, it’s up to mom, dad and loved ones to take the reins. To help, there are many fine books and resources for kids of all ages. Here’s a round-up of some of my favorite money tools, with back-to-school season approaching.
It’s counterintuitive the way some might think to raise their kids. After all, it’s not exactly America’s cultural norm to speak openly about money, which is considered more of a taboo topic amongst friends and family than religion or politics. On the Mint blog I share some counterintuitive advice on raising money savvy kids.
Newborns don’t need a whole lot of stuff – mainly just food, diaper changes, hugs and feeling secure. But I’ve discovered some relatively inexpensive items that can end up being total lifesavers during the baby’s first year.
Since the New Year, I’ve enjoyed receiving your questions and have decided to tackle a few here on my blog.