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Dear parents, use this time at home to teach your kids about money

Published on March 19, 2020

Millions of children are at home amidst the coronavirus outbreak, turning many parents and caretakers into interim homeschool teachers until mid-April. We encourage all parents to use this time to teach your kids about the one thing they'll never learn about in school: Money. 

Why are youth activities so $@&%! expensive?

Published on March 02, 2020

Hobbies give your kids a few precious moments away from glowing screens to flex their creative skills, get some exercise and learn about the world in a fun way.

But over the years, the cost of extracurricular activities has skyrocketed. Playing on a travel team, for instance, costs families an average of $2,292 every year, with some spending as much as $20,000 annually.

6 money-making summer activities for kids (that don't seem like work)

Published on June 04, 2019

 

As the weather warms and summer nears, there are many ways for your kids to pull in extra cash that they may consider fun.

Teach your child the value of a dollar

Published on May 08, 2019

 

Most people want to make good financial decisions but MANY have never had the opportunity to learn how. Unlike math, English or science—personal finance is an at-home curriculum learned either through trial and error or, for better or for worse, mom and dad.

5 tips for raising unspoiled kids

Published on April 18, 2018

 

 

Raising children is a constant balancing act. You want to provide structure and stability, but you also don’t want to run an overly militant household. It’s important to you that you show you care about your child’s whereabouts and choices, but you don’t want to be a helicopter parent. You want your kids to do well in school, but you don’t want to put too much pressure on them.