Three Ways to Teach Your Kids to Save Money

Starting early and practicing what you preach can help you raise disciplined savers despite today’s focus on fear of missing out (FOMO) and instant gratification.

A smiling mom holds her smiling young daughter and a piggy bank on her lap.
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In the era of FOMO, to save money is not considered “cool.” Younger generations are often more interested in charging their dream vacation or buying an expensive purse rather than saving for retirement — the mantra is “I’ll deal with this later.”

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Kelli Kiemle, AIF®
Managing Director of Growth and Client Experience, Halbert Hargrove

Kelli Kiemle holds multiple roles with Halbert Hargrove. As Managing Director of Growth and Client Experience, she sets the tone for the quality and character of Halbert Hargrove's client service relationships. She also manages the associate wealth advisers and client service managers. Kelli is also responsible for overseeing the firm's wide-ranging marketing and communications initiatives, including their mentor program.