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April 4

Bad Financial Habits You Should Stop Teaching Your Kids Now

Posted by on April 4, 2017 at 8:44 AM

Kids are very impressionable and parents have a great responsibility in showing them the correct way to do things in life. There is one problem however, and that can be sometimes we don’t know they are looking up to us on certain aspects of our daily lives.

Bad Financial Habits You Should Stop Teaching Your Kids Now

Scientific studies show that kids as young as seven years old have already formed money habits, so it is never too early to begin setting an example. Today we are going to cover some of the money habits you should be aware of that may be teaching your kids bad ideologies.

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August 17

Extreme Budgeters and What You Could Learn about Saving Nearly Everything

Posted by on August 17, 2016 at 8:38 AM

Australia along with most of western civilisation is driven by consumerism, but there are two individuals by the name of Jasmine and Aaron Boothey and their two kids who fight the urges of retail. The family earn a decent income and they do not struggle to pay monthly bills, but they choose to live well below their means as a result.

Extreme Budgeters and What You Could Learn about Saving Nearly Everything

Saving money and living a savvy lifestyle enables the family to save up to $60,000 per year, which is nearly two thirds of their after-tax income. If you would like to adopt more of their lifestyle so you too can save extra money each year then learn about what habits help this family, so you can help yours.

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August 5

Vital Lessons to Teach Your Kids about Money

Posted by on August 5, 2016 at 8:30 AM

Learning about money and how to be financially savvy is an essential skill that we should all aim to teach our kids as they grow up. Whether it’s the basics of saving for their future or understanding the true cost of credit card debt, it’s important that we give them the best start in one of the things they will undoubtedly use for the entirety of their lives.

Vital Lessons to Teach Your Kids about Money

According to ‘S&P Ratings Services Global Financial Literacy Survey’ 64% of the Australian people are financially literate (based on some basic survey questions) compared to 55% of adult age groups in other advanced economies around the world. However, the fact that over one third of Australians are not financially literate should only increase your desire to ensure you children don’t fall into that category. Below are the basics you should be teaching your kids about finances.

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