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The best way to teach our children about money is to set a good example.
As your child accumulates money on his own, start asking questions like: "What would you like to do with all the money you saved?"
Good money habits can take a long time to form but money experts agree that the earlier we teach our kids about money, the better it is for their own future.
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In just a matter of days, we’ll be saying goodbye to the first month of the new year. And yet, your desk still screams of last year with all the clutter of the past still lying around. If you haven’t cleaned up your workspace until now, then it’s time to put Project Declutter into action.
An OFW’s family’s life is like a peso bonanza when Papa’s remittance would be deposited in Mama’s passbook account. In the span of three months, we changed our old CRT TV into a state of the art LCD TV, my brother and I bought a van for the family and our family each had new mobile phones.
He taught me that money is great to have, but not for the reasons most people think. It's nice to buy stuff, sure. But it's great to have when you're sick, or when someone you love needs help. You see, the love and admiration he gets from his family - that's where my dad is richest. Hopefully, some of his money smarts rubbed off on me.
Whenever I see my son being generous to other kids with his food or toys, or confidently expressing himself, I like to think that our efforts are paying off: we’ve taught him about sharing, without making him feel deprived, and that his opinion is valued.
Money management for kids is important because this wisdom is something they will carry into their adulthood and mold the person they are. If you want your kids to be smart about money, you first have to make them understand the value of it.