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

Why Parents Shouldn’t Tie Allowance to Chores – with John Lanza

It’s important to concentrate on our own financial situations, but as parents, we can’t forget to teach our kids the principles of financial literacy as well. These lessons can be taught by instituting an allowance…

December 31, 2018

Finding Contentment in the Age of Instagram – with Rachel Cruze

Contentment …  loving who we are and what we have instead of wanting what our neighbors, friends or family have. It sounds simple enough, right? Well, in a world where we can see our friends…

October 1, 2018

Why Playing Games With Your Kids Will Save Them From Living Paycheck to Paycheck – with Paul Vasey

I’m all about giving my kids the very best in life. That all starts with equipping them with the ability to provide for themselves in the future. Basic financial literacy is a great place to…

July 23, 2018

How $1.5 Trillion of Student Debt is Affecting the US – with Adam Carroll

$1.5 Trillion … That is how much Americans owe in student loans. This truly disgusting situation is holding back Americans from being the best they can be. How can we solve this national crisis that is…

June 11, 2018

How One Parent Helped Her Son Earn $700,000 in College Scholarships – with Pam Andrews

I want to do everything in my power to protect my kids from this colossal disaster.  To help calm my nerves, I’ve invited Pam Andrews on the show today. We’re gonna chat about how she helped…

May 21, 2018

How to Raise Financially Savvy Kids – with Bill Dwight

One of the reasons I started my podcast was to help my kids (Zoey and Calvin) learn how to become financially savvy. That way, when they get older they’ll not only be able to survive…

April 9, 2018
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