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Have you talked to your kids about money yet?

Did your parents talk to you about money when you were growing up?  Do you find yourself wanting to educate your own children about budgeting, saving and other financial topics, ...

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The “Easter Bunny Effect” on Easter Chocolate and Other Seasonal Items

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 ...

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Ten ways to talk to your kids about money

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 ...

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Kids and money

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 ...

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How to Set Money Resolutions With Your Kids That Stick

The Christmas and holiday seasons can be an expensive time of year. Sometimes we have to challenge our “budget” as we stretch to give to others to. It always feels good to give – but we sometimes feel differently when the ...

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Dealing with The Stress of Kids and Expensive Gift Expectations

Christmas is a time of year that many look forward to – decorations, parties, time with family and friends, and for kids – gifts! While Christmas is meant to be a time of giving, it’s undeniable that for kids, a big ...

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Right on the money

Gaining financial literacy should start at a young age. Vanessa Kunderman is thankful she had a crash course in financial education. The 27-year-old entrepreneur didn’t learn anything substantial about money while in grade school. Nor did she pick up ...

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