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Want to help your kid to be smarter with their money? Sunny Lee, author and financial advisor, takes us through how you can make your child a money master and not a money monster!
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Teaching Kids to Be Money Masters
As parents, we want our kids to become responsible, happy, and giving adults. Part of that entails being smarter with their finances than we’ve been.
We want them to understand the value of money and how it can help, but we don’t want it to be their focus. It can be tough to pass on those lessons when there’s noise all around.
Buy now, pay later. Credit card debt is normal. Get as much as you can afford.
It’s tough, but not impossible.
Joining me today’s show is Sunny Lee. She is the owner and CEO of Good Life Advisors and author of Is Your Child A Money Master or a Money Monster?
In today’s epsiode:
- she discusses how really young children start learning crucial lessons
- how to encourage and reward kids towards success
- how to develop the habit of giving with your kids
Hope you enjoy!
Resources on Teaching Kids About Money
Want to learn more? Here are some resources to check out:
- 4 Ways Parents Can Teach Their Kids About Money
- The Opposite of Spoiled: Interview with Author Ron Lieber
- 6 Tips for Building the Charitable Giving Muscle with Your Kids
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