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click the Pick & win section and answer the question to get the coupon

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Nancy

What about I Savings Bonds? We contribute monthly to a 529 education savings plan for our grandson (he is 18 months old). He gets sufficient toys, so I have been thinking about giving him cash for gifts, divided into categories--for saving in his piggy bank, for spending. Or I have been thinking about giving him I Savings Bonds because they pay an interest rate that is guaranteed to be higher than inflation. In this time of low, low interest rates, that seemed like a good idea.

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Dave H.

You have some great stuff here. Thanks!

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Amy Yannello

Nice job on this piece, integrating childhood memories for Boomers and Gen-Xers, with practical advice for teaching saving habits for their children. (I too, fondly remember my piggy bank and toy cash register, playing "store" and Monopoly.) -- Amy Yannello, Sacramento, CA

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It's really sad that financial education has fallen off so sharply in the US over the past 30-40 years. I think it's the biggest reason that so many young families ended up losing their homes in the housing crisis. They had no idea of the risks they were taking with liar loans and balloon payments. Let's teach today's kids not to be suckers.

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Jim Simi

When I found a $20 bill my grandmother took me to a bank and opened a savings acount for me. I received a deposit book and was able to see my interest and balance grow everytime I made a deposit. It taught me the value of saving. I saved enogh for a new bike :)

Great work Mr. Crowe

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I love playing monopoly with my kids.. And I really do think it forces them to tackle some real financial questions.. They have to decide, "Can I Afford It"?.. And consider the pros and cons of Investing vs. Holding Cash reserves.

The best part is that kids can start playing as early as 6 or 7 years old.

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Its a great idea to get kids involved with money management as early as possible. Having rewards like a quarter or dollar for something really good, and then letting them save up to choose something to buy will teach them that saving is really important. I wish I was taught more about money as a kid besides playing Monopoly.

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This information is a great remedy to the problem of children believing that money simply comes from automatic bank tellers.

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Collecting baseball cards, old coins or stamps teaches kids how to appreciate something that has non cash value. They learn that these things could be worth something someday so they should hold onto them and keep them in good condition. Collecting is another one of life's little financial lessons!

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Although being at the very expensive end of the 'Children's Gifts' scale I could not disagree with one of our clients who gave his son a 1oz Krugerrand for his 10th birthday.

'Sonny' may not fully appreciate the full scale of this gift yet but there is little doubt in my mind that he will be very pleased indeed one day in the future over the 'little heavy coin' that his Daddy gave him.