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How do I make teaching kids about money fun (for both of us)?

Parents want their kids to be successful and develop life skills, but I am often asked, “when and how do we started?”  My suggestion is to get started early.  The first step is to open an investment account for your child.  Now that the success account is open it’s time to make a game to […]

Save a dollar a day for financial freedom

Can you give retirement?

Yes! In the form of the parent or grandparent “401(k).” One of the most overlooked financial opportunity is starting a Roth IRA.  The second a child or young adult earns any income it can be contributed into a Roth IRA and compound tax free. Babysitting money,  mowing lawns, raking leaves all qualify as earned income. […]