Looking to turn over a new financial leaf with the kids this fall? Try one of the five most popular family finance tips from October:
- Reimburse Your Teen’s Uber And Lyft Rides — Here’s one thing you might consider reimbursing for your teens. No questions asked.
- Make Kids Journal Their Money Requests — Here’s another way (aside from a budget-based allowance) to put the brakes on impulsive extra money requests from your kids.
- Use Reimbursements To Condition Teens To Maintain A Spending Buffer — Here are two important personal finance lessons your teens can learn using a reimbursement process for everyday purchases.
- Decide Who’s Taking The Lead On Your Kid’s Financial Education — Don’t let the ball drop between parents when it comes to your child’s money schooling. See which parent is taking the lead most often in FamZoo families.
- Ditch Directives And Tell Kids Real Money Stories — Kids don’t listen to “Don’t do this!” and “Always do that!” Tell some real money failure stories about yourself to make the lessons stick. The more of a money moron you were, the better. Here’s an example.
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