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My son Danny is 16 now, but I still vividly remember a particular shopping trip with him when he was 7. We were in the electronics aisle at a discount department store. I had my back to him for a few moments while I tried to figure out which camera battery I needed. When I turned around, I saw Danny plopping a 12-inch television into our shopping cart. "I'm going to buy this," he announced. "We don't have the money for that," I quickly replied, and then picked up the TV to put it back on the shelf. Immediately Danny hollered, "But Mommy, I have the ...
The British Government recently announced that it will be incorporating compulsory money management into the National Curriculum. This means that children as young as 5 will be learning about personal finances. While many of us can see the benefit of teaching children how to manage their money from a young age, the policy has come under some fierce scrutiny from groups who claim we’re taking childhood innocence from these school pupils. Nonsense, if you ask me. The developed world has a massive consumer debt problem and it’s largely because of poor debt management by adults. But is it ... Read More
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