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Editor Janet Bodnar tackles tricky money-management topics for parents and their children.
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Don't underestimate the influence you have on children when it comes to finances.
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How can grandparents indulge our grandkids without going overboard?
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More parents are giving their children allowances, but paying them to do chores may not be the right way to do it.
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A checking account with a debit card is better for teaching your kids money-management skills and financial responsibility.
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If you aren't sure about how to start the discussion, these tips will help.
Tips for parents on how much to give without going overboard.
Encourage your children to pay themselves first, pick the best banks and start investing. You can offer them a cash boost, too.
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Take advantage of the potentially awkward question about income to teach your children the ins and outs of the family budget.