Money Minded Kids
If you want your child to graduate from high school financially literate, it’s up to you to teach them the fundamentals. But how exactly do you raise a money-minded kid, and what’s the best age to start? Whether you’re trying to keep up with a toddler or track down your teen, here are some tips that can last their lifetime.
How Millionaires Approach Financial Planning
When it comes to having conversations about money, every family is different. Some families are very transparent about their finances, while others take a more discreet approach. Unfortunately, there isn’t a script for talking to your kids about money.
Can You Take Your Child’s 529 to the Moon?
For the early stages of a child’s life, new parents often focus on vital needs: health, shelter, and safety. That’s why baby shower wish lists are filled with adorable onesies and BPA-free baby bottles.
Asking for 529 Plan Contribution Gifts
For gift giving occasions like birthdays and holidays, it’s always fun to give kids the latest gadget or toy, but shiny new toys only last so long. If you’re looking for the perfect long-lasting solution and a gift that keeps on giving – look no further. This holiday season ask your loved ones to get your child a 529 plan.
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