As parents, we want our kids to have a healthy relationship with money. As they get older, learning smart teenage money management tips is even more important. After all, they are almost out of the house and on their own!
Ed Vargo knows this situation well. Outside of being a financial expert and the founder of enlightenHer, a community dedicated to money mentorship for women, Ed has 5 daughters and only wants the best for them.
To help us all have successful conversations with our teens about money, Ed shares some practical tips that have helped him as a father. I learned a lot from this chat even though I'm years away from talking to my teens about money. Now I feel prepared!
What are we covering?
Ed and I review the following:
- Why Ed is passionate about money mentorship for women
- How to talk to teens about saving and spending
- Why your example is more important than anything you say
If you have teens or will in the near future, check out this episode. Your preparation and care toward this important topic just may give you the tips you need to help your teens have a bright future with money.
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Guest Bio – Ed Vargo
Ed is the creator of enlightenHer, a community devoted to money mentorship for women. The focus is on helping women (moms) get clearer and more confident around money, so they can mentor the next generation to achieve financial equality and break the “traditions” that hold women back.
Ed Vargo Resources
- Website: enlightenHer
- Social: Facebook
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“The funny thing about kids is, they are the reason we lose it and the reason we hold it together.”― Unknown
What teenage money management tips have worked for you? How do you teach your teens about money?
Please let us know in the comments below.
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