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Teach Kids the Value of Money: Maybe They Will Ask For Less of It! Maybe.

Teaching your kids that money doesn’t grow on trees can save both you and them lots of headaches in the long run. They say that money doesn’t grow on trees, but it can seem like our children are convinced that it does. Do yourself and your kids a favor and teach them the value of […]

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Millennial Parents, Your Kids Don’t Know What You Don’t Have

Becoming a parent doesn’t mean that you need to immediately upgrade your home and car. Your kids won’t notice what you don’t have, but they will always notice how much you love them. It’s amazing to think that the simplest things can create a happy childhood. Children just want to play, eat, feel safe and […]

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3 Ways To Teach Your Kids To Save Now, So They’ll Be Better Off Later

Saving money is a discipline that you can help develop in your kids early on. When they are adults they’ll be glad they gained such a necessary habit. It’s nearly June, and you have finally hit your goal for saving. Only a week later, while getting your routine oil change, the service advisor comes out with […]

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3 Ways To Teach Your Children To Be Generous Givers

If we aren’t careful we can unintentionally raise selfish children. But with a few simple ideas, you can raise children who give generously. One of the most popular times in American culture is that 6-8 week period when those oh-so-beloved Girl Scout cookies go on sale. Whether it’s Thin Mints or Samoas, when we see […]

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