Raise Money-Smart Kids

Financial attitudes and lessons are formed at a young age – some say even as early as 7 years old! That’s why it’s crucial for parents to start teaching their kids about money early.

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Raise Money-Smart Kids

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UTMA vs 529: How Are These Accounts Different?

Any parent who has stopped to consider the different expenses related to having a child probably knows what it’s like to have their vision clouded with dollar signs. Raising children can be expensive! If you…

October 11, 2021
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Tello Review: How This Mobile Carrier Compares to Verizon

As a frugal dude, I’m always looking for ways to save money on my daily expenses. But I’m also conscious of not cutting out the stuff my family really enjoys. Instead of slashing our coffee…

August 5, 2021
Rishi Vamdatt

Investing for Kids: How to Get Them Started Today – w/ Rishi Vamdatt

Amy asks “How can I get my kids interested in investing? And where should I start?” To help me answer her question, I invited Rishi Vamdatt to the show. Rishi is an 11-year-old financial educator…

July 21, 2021
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529 College Savings Plan: Why Parents Need One and How to Start Investing Today

As a parent, there’s a good chance that you’ve already heard the jaw-dropping estimate that it costs over $200,000 to raise a child. What might drop your jaw even further is the fact that this…

April 28, 2021
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What is the Best Way to Invest for My Child’s Future?

Kat from San Diego touched base and wanted to know the best way to invest for her child’s future. Here’s her question: “My husband & I are looking into opening an investment/savings account for our…

February 3, 2021
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Goalsetter Review: A Financial Literacy App for Kids

Are you looking to teach your kids financial literacy? Sooner or later, we’re going to get that question from our kids … “Can I have some money?” Tanya Van Court, CEO and Founder of Goalsetter,…

December 9, 2020
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