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“As parents, we want to see our children succeed in life. A critical factor in their success is building a strong foundation in financial literacy to grow into independent adults. Here are five topics of financial literacy to teach children and help them form a healthy relationship with money and reach for their financial independence: Earning, Spending, Saving, Borrowing, and Investing. ” – The Good Money Life
“Being fiscally responsible is something that everyone should learn. It is a part of life and it can help you reach financial freedom within your life. We all need to be responsible for our money. It really starts with these steps that I have laid out for you. ” – The Frugal Expat
“Join Mike Cavaggioni and Kelly Madden on the 45th episode of the Average Joe Finances Podcast as they discuss the world of virtual assistants and working from home as a military spouse.” – Average Joe Finances
“I wish someone would have sat me down and given me more financial advice when I was younger. Would I have listened? Would it have made a difference? I want to make sure that my children learn the lessons now that I had to learn the hard way. Here are the things I want my teenagers to know about money.” – Family Money Adventure