Building Financial Character in your Kids

Being responsible and having the right attitude are two pillars of good financial character.

By: @thefatherfactor
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QUOTE: In bringing up children, spend on them half as much money…

In bringing up children, spend on them half as much money and twice as much time. ~Author Unknown

By: @dailyparenttip
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5 Tips to Deal with Budget Belt-Tightening

By all means work as a TEAM in the family to turn the financial MESS into a MESSAGE – a message of hope, possibilities, choices, strength, and a “can do it” attitude.

By: @RaisingCEOKids
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Building Good Financial Values in Young Children

Like part of any healthy lifestyle, there are skills to be learned, bad habits to be eliminated, and good attitudes to be built.

By: @babyshrink
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Eyres: Help Your Children “Own” Their Money

“Chosen and earned ownership” is the antidote to entitlement. When one chooses to earn and own something, it can bring a kind of pride, independence and initiative that overcomes the laziness and boredom of entitlement. To rescue our children from entitlement we must give them opportunities for true ownership.

By: @successmagazine
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Teaching Kids to Be Smart Spenders

Parenting advice that I shared on the TODAY show to help kids become smarter spenders, stick to a budget, and learn the value of a dollar.

By: @MicheleBorba
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Parenting in tough financial times

We, as parents, all know that the global economy has taken a hit, and many of us have felt the effects of the economic downturn or are preparing for the worst.

By: @60secondparent
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5 Ways to Cope with Kids’ Recession Worries

While kids aren’t expected to hold jobs or pay bills, in today’s economy it's natural for them to worry about money just like the adults in their lives do.

By: @ChildPsych
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Parents and The High Cost of Child Care: 2010 Update

Parents and the High Cost of Child Care: 2010 Update provides average costs of child care for infants, 4-year-olds, and school-age children in centers and family child care homes in every state.

By: @naccrra
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Teaching Kids Financial Literacy

Parenting advice to help kids learn money management to have a brighter future

By: @micheleborba
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