Your Teen’s Habits with Money Have Everything to Do with How They Think about Money by Jill Suskind on YourTeensMoneySkills.com
You had the "money talk" with our child. You pay them for jobs so they can learn the value of a dollar. That should be enough, right? Not so fast! Jill points out a wide range of financial misconceptions that she developed from childhood. These misconceptions were gradually built from observing lifestyles and actions of those around her. It's not what you say; it's what you do! Jill shares an honest examination of her journey with money and finances. All parents should read this article.
Should You Pay for an 'A'? by Beth Kobliner on MintLife.com
Paying for grades is one of the most debated topics relating to kids and money. Beth presents all sides of this issue in her three part series.
Character Counts by Brian Page on FinEdChat.blogspot.com
Brian Page is an award winning teacher from Reading, Ohio. He teaches economics, creates Financial Literacy curricula and is a proud dad to three beautiful children. In Character Counts, Brian connects financial literacy goals with strong character traits and discusses how they go hand-in-hand.
And...thanks to the following sites for including MoneyTrail in recent articles...
- Bank Accounts for Preschoolers on SmartMoney.com and MarketWatch.com
- Just for Parents: Teaching Kids about Money on OurMomSpot.net
- MoneyTrail App: Saving Money for Parents and Teaching Kids about Money on SavingMoneyApps.com