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Teaching Kids about Stocks and Investing

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One of the things that confront many adults today is a lack of experience with how stock markets work or which stocks to invest in. In a number of cases this can be attributed to not being exposed to the stock market and equity investing at an early age. Think about computers and our senior […]

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Bringing Kids to Work or Not – Good Idea or Career Limiting Move

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One of my colleagues brings her kids to work on days that schools or their day-care is unexpectedly closed. Her kids are about 5 and 7, and she brings either one or both depending on the circumstance. I would say on average, she brings the “kids to work” about 7-10 times a year. Overall the […]

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Investing Lessons For The Young and How To Get Your Child Interested in Saving

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How many times have you looked back on life and wished that you had started investing earlier? Teaching your children, or grandchildren, a few simple lessons about saving and investing can start them off in the right direction toward an informed and more secure financial future. Step 1: The value of savings Teaching your children […]

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