“The most important thing to me is raising kids who are financially responsible. Some responsibility will have to be learned in adulthood, but much of it can be learned at home.”
– Natalie, Investomom
Taking care of their family and themselves is a top priority for Investomoms. Financial security is always on the radar screen. Money and cash flow is the fuel that drive positive outcomes and choices. Investomons know that money is a tool to produces results. Money issues are an integral part of life not to be ignored. Proactive monthly investments for life’s future events reduce the cost and the stress of delayed decisions.
Investomoms don’t want their kids to be stuck paying off thousands of dollars of credit card, car loan and student loan debt. Can you imagine how life would be if we could all avoid debt and been able to save that money instead? Investomoms want their kids to grow into adults who spend their 20’s and 30’s saving for the future, rather than than learning the hard way and getting started much later. While they want their kids to learn from their mistakes, they don’t want their kids to enter into adulthood without basic knowledge of money and finances. And, certainly, they don’t want their children entering adulthood with massive amounts of debt.