We sign our kids up for afterschool sports or orchestra or the drama club because they are good activities and teach important skills: persistence, discipline, making trade-offs. They can look back after the semester and see how far their hard work and consistent practice has gotten them. Yet we don’t approach their financial education the same way, if we approach it at all.Read Post
Our panelists discuss lessons and strategies that have enabled them to effectively engage clients’ children to nurture financial savviness with moderator, Liz Moyer, a leading financial journalist for The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times.Read Post
How prepared are your kids to tackle lifestage financial decisions, such as buying a first home? Most parents are concerned about setting a good financial example for their kids, but fewer than half actually talk about money at home.Read Post
“Early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy wealthy and wise.” In 1739, “Poor Richard” published this simple axiom in his annual Almanac to remind readers about the vital role that good health habits played in building wealth. In the two centuries since then, a host of research studies have confirmed what “Richard” and the rest of us have suspected...Read Post
You love where you live. But you've always had an idea of what your perfect dream home would be. So, what if you were on a leisurely Sunday drive next weekend and unexpectedly found that your dream home just went on the market? Would you be ready to snatch it up?Read Post
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