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Totally Money Carnival


If you’re looking for all kinds of helpful articles about money, check out the Totally Money Carnival, which features a host of different topics from financial bloggers (including yours truly).   Posted weekly, this carnival includes informational articles about personal finance, saving, spending, and shopping. © WealthQuest for Teens, Ltd., 2012  All rights reserved worldwide. Advertisements

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Which path will they take?


“Money management?  What a pain!  Why should I bother?” When my students ask me this, I point out that being BROKE is a pain, too!  So, you can have the pain of managing your money (and have the life you’ll get from that—security, peace of mind, opportunity) OR you can have the pain of being […]

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Turning the tables: Do YOU have great money skills?


Parents play a large role in helping their teen to develop good money management habits.  Most of it has to do with simply being a suitable role model. For some tips on how to accomplish this, check out the following article from TheMint.org: http://www.themint.org/parents/model-money-smart-habits.html

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Parenting Teens with Great Money Skills: The First Step to Reaching the Goal


In the last post, we looked at one of the most important and revealing conversations you can have with your teen:  A discussion about his or her ultimate financial goal. Once your teen has established a financial goal, the next step is to teach him how to reach that goal over time, and to help […]

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Financially Literate or Financially Fit?


Do we want our teens to be financially literate or financially fit? Do we want them to have a lot of information, or do we want them to have great money habits: saving, spending, earning, investing, giving, and learning?