MoviePass, at just under $10 per month for unlimited movies, sounds too good to be true for the movie lover. After all, a single evening ticket costs an average of $9.16 – up 4% Q1 of this year compared with last year. And sure enough, it looks like it is. I started this draft post […]
Lots of parents are out there looking for good, creative ways to get their kids interested in saving and investing, particularly for retirement. After all, a top regret of people who are older is not starting saving and investing early on. Today I’ll share the strategy my parents used to get me to open my first IRA as a teenager, one I still have to this day.
Parents often struggle to teach their kids about money. For the past four and a half years, my kids have each owned a share of Disney and a share of Nintendo. Lets see how those stocks have performed over time, and how I use them to teach my kids basic investing concepts.
One thing many parents struggle with is – how do you teach kids about money without boring them? How do you know what lessons are appropriate for what ages? From simple lessons like savings, to complex ones like investing – from checking accounts to 401ks – those of us who are parents interested in personal […]