For some of us frugality is a choice. For the rest, it's a choice we're given — usually when we're blessed with a couple more mouths to feed.
Kindergarten kids can — and should — understand these personal finance basics. So should the rest of us.
Our histories shape who we are, including how we manage money. What early experiences helped you become the financial person you are today?
Discover how your relationship with money can affect your kids' relationship with money — and how to make positive changes for you and them.
Financial management is one of the most important lessons you can teach children — start early with these great (and fun!) financial gifts for kids.
Were you raised by frugal parents? Here are 30 ways to tell if there was a frugalista in your family tree.
Whether you're still a wee one or you're already an adult with a career, there are lots of great ways to make extra money in the summer.
Want to make sure your kids do well financially? Teach them great money habits with these learn-by-doing lessons.
Whether your kids are crawling or off to college, these parent-recommended resources can help them have fun while learning how to use money responsibly.
Is your child too young to get a real job? These five entrepreneurial activities are great ways for kids to earn their allowances and raise cash.
A camera can preserve your important memories, but it can also help you make extra income, teach kids about money, and much more.
I’d like to say that I have taught my kids everything they need to know about personal finance, from the basics of banking to the complexities of investing and portfolio management
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