June 13, 2022 How to teach your kids to be generous with money? Do you ever wish you could help your kids or your grandkids be more generous with money? It is really important to Tim Goodwin, CFP and President of Goodwin Investment Advisory to teach his kids how to be smart [...]
June 13, 2022 Teaching your adult kids to thrive with money Sharon Brewer, an advisor at Goodwin Investment Advisory is also a mom of an adult child who just turned 30 on Saturday. When her son was eight years old he began to mention visiting Colorado. Being native Floridians, he had only [...]
June 13, 2022 How to teach your Middle School kids about money Tim Goodwin, Certified Financial Planner, at Goodwin Investment Advisory, sharing some of his personal tips about teaching your Middle School aged kids about money. Do you wish you could help your kids or grandkids manage their money better? Tim and [...]
June 14, 2022 How to teach young kids about money Justin Pitcock, Certified Financial Planner at Goodwin Investment Advisory recently married and his new wife has a 4 year old son. This has recently led him to thinking about how he will go about teaching his son about money. He notices when [...]
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What tools are available to help you raise financially-smart kids and avoid entitlement. Tips and strategies – How do you teach kids about money? You have to start off slow like learning to ride a bike. First, start with training wheels, then remove the extra wheels and hold on to the bike – helping your [...]
Do you ever wish that you had started to save and plan for your retirement sooner? What a gift that would be. And while that’s not possible, it’s a gift that you can give to your children.
That’s why teaching kids the basics of money should be a top priority. It sets them up for success later in life and reduces the number of times you’ll be asked, “can I get that?”
Just as our parents and grandparents of the Great Depression era developed deeply ingrained attitudes about finances from their experience, our teens can share in the lessons of today’s “great recession” generation. The first step is to make your teen a partner with a stake in the family financial enterprise.