Teaching your kids about money is one of the most important responsibilities as a parent. There are six money lessons that they need to know.
Teach your children the basics of money management this summer with five fun financial literacy activities for kids.
Financial Literacy Month: November marks this nation-wide initiative. Looking to involve your kids? Here are a few ways to teach financial literacy at home.
With school starting up just around the corner, it’s a great time to focus on financial literacy with your kids – but a recent ING study shows more families could be hitting the books. Read on for a handy breakdown of age-appropriate finance lessons, and give your kids a head start in personal finance smarts.
Want to raise financially responsible kids? It’s important to clearly establish on your own personal money values first.
Who should teach kids about personal finance? Is it a skill that starts in the home, or should schools put more emphasis on money matters?
Meet our first Get Out Of My House celebrity guest judge – Daniel Fathers, host of Canada’s Greatest Know It All! Check out his take on the financial literacy challenges facing today’s young adults, and why independence starts with proper parenting.
A new study from TD shows RRSP season is a perfect time to introduce kids to the basics of money management – and for parents to lead by example.
We caught up with Gail Vaz-Oxlade, renowned personal finance author and host of popular TV series “Princess” and “Til Debt Do Us Part”. Read on for her take on the financial literacy information gap, why new earners struggle with finances, and how to get your kids started off on the right financial foot.
Camp is over, fall activities don’t start for another month, and your children are getting bored. Rather than spending money trying to entertain them, why not use this time as an opportunity to teach your children how to SAVE money?