It’s one of the great debates of kids and allowance – do you make it a payment for specific chores? Or do you give them an allowance not based on chores at all? There are strong arguments, and lots of passion, on both sides of the debate. Today I’m going to cover both perspectives and […]
Kids and Money
This year I didn’t do any back to school shopping for my teenager and middle schooler. Check out more about why, what we did instead, how we shop for back to school, and what I like to do with the money we save.
Today I’m talking about several recent articles where parents are still supporting their adult children. When is enough, enough – and when do you cut that financial cord? Today I’m talking about financial and cultural aspects to this decision, and crowd sourcing your best advice.
A money saving tip that’s thrown around (and often dismissed) when it comes to kids and college is to have them spend some time at community college. As someone who started their education by spending several years at community college, this debate is always interesting to me. For the first two years of my college […]
Today I have another letter to my boys, where I tell them why my top investing tip is “index and chill”.
The other day, I took my kids to the bank. They had some CD’s that were maturing, and I was hoping to use the experience to teach them a few financial lessons. Here’s that story – and what I hope they took away from the experience.