Every Easter, we see a plethora of egg-shaped items in various pastel colours appear in stores. This is similar to most holidays where stores try to capitalize on consumers wanting fun, themed items to celebrate that occasion. What happens the ...More
Talking about money with your kids is one way you can really make a difference as a parent. No lectures required. The conversation can be as simple as asking a child, what do you want to do with your money ...More
Parents want the best for their children. It is simply a natural instinct. It can also be very easy to say “yes” to financial requests even when your gut tells you to say “no,” especially if you can afford to ...More
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So often we think of financial literacy in terms of dollars and cents – how smart money decisions can help us financially, or how much poor money decisions can cost us. And while that’s very true, we often fail to ...More
Are you planning a money fair with the students in your financial education course? Here is a list of topics related to the financial matters taught in the course. Financial Matters: Consuming Goods and Services The Consumption Phenomenon How do ...More
The Talk with our Kids About Money Day program is expanding internationally. For more information, or to request the program be implemented in your country, please contact us.
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