The best lessons come from simply talking with your child about why you make the credit choices you make and explaining the concept of borrowing money.
According to a new survey, one in three parents are more prepared to talk to their kids about drugs, alcohol, or sex and dating than they are to talk with them about money.
These fundamentals will set your children on the path of financial awareness and better money management.
Too often, parents and the educational system regard finance as something for adults only. If schools are not teaching this very necessary life skill, it is most definitely a job for parents.
Being creative is the best way to get children to learn about finances.The most important thing for parents to remember about financial literacy is that this is lifelong.
Neal McKenna (Guest Writer) @ Lucid Living It’s official! The South African Education Department has officially announced that the 2010 winter school vacation will be extended until after the FIFA World Cup. Wisely, they have opted to nip pupil and teacher truancy in the bud by allowing everyone to be absent. […]