Empowering Kids to Be Smarter Spenders

The reality is that we are living in a spending economy, and without developing the ability to spend effectively, kids will have a very difficult transition once they leave the nest.

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Move Over Kids: This New Play-Doh Makeup Palette Is Just for Mom

Or grab the Monopoly or Ouija palettes in this fun new line!

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Here’s the Real Reason Costco Checks Your Receipts Before You Leave

It’s not about catching would-be shoplifters in the act, either.

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Think Saving for College is Complicated? It Doesn’t Have to Be

Saving money for your kid’s education doesn’t need to be stressful but you do need to make some hard financial decisions to create the future you envision.

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5 Ways to Help Kids Understand Money

We’ve got a few simple ways master the money game with your mini crew!

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This Ingenious New Platform Lets Your Kids Shop Worry-Free

CAMP launches the Present Shop, the first safe and secure e-commerce experience

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Realistic Ways to Teach Your Kids about Money

“Financial skills are essential to navigate life, so here are some realistic ways to teach your kids about money so they’re set for the future.”

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Let’s Be Honest, Kids Take a Toll on Marriage

” I now understand that having a kid to save a marriage would never work because it’s the absolute opposite—a kid is going to tear you up into shreds so small that you won’t want to pick those pieces back up to put it back together unless your marriage is worth saving.”

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Here’s How To Earn $2,000 By Watching Rom-Coms

Earn cash by watching your fave films with your friends.

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Why Raising Generous Kids Just Might Save Us All

We live in a hectic culture. Here are tips for slowing down and helping kids appreciate the good things in life.

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5 Ways for New Parents to Save Money

“Parenting can be a challenge for new parents, especially when it comes to finances, but saving money as new parents is not impossible.”

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We Asked Kids What They’d Do as President & Their Answers Are Hilarious

Today is President’s Day. Imagine if kids ran the world…

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6 Traditions to Kick Off the Year of the Ox

February 12 is Lunar New Year but the celebrations start the night before and go for 16 glorious days. Here are a few kid-approved ways to enjoy it with the kids.

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You Won’t Believe How Much Kids Made in Allowance Last Year

They don’t make allowances like they used to!

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Don’t Call Her “Bossy.” She’s a Leader—& She Might Be a Budding Entrepreneur

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Ask a little girl what they want to be when they grow up and you’ll get a variety of answers, many of them similar—fireman, dancer, doctor, singer, pilot, maybe a mommy or a police officer. You’d…

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5 Easy Ways to Support your Girl Scout During the Busy Cookie Season

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Moms and dads, start your engines—literally. It’s just about time to load up the car and start moving those boxes of cookies that fans clamor for year after year, right around this time. 
With visions of shortbread, chocolate…

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7 Tips for the Ultimate Lemonade Stand

It’s summer! These top tips will help your kid be the boss of the best lemonade stand in town.

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8 Easy Ways Kids Can Make Extra Money During Winter Break

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Winter break is just around the corner, which means the kids will be home for a few weeks with plenty of free time to fill. This spells “opportunity”—either to spend some extra cash…

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Single Moms with This Arrangement Likely to Earn More: Study

Moms also report feeling more “awesome and proud.”

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This Is the Average Allowance by Age, According to Greenlight

In-between the new hobbies and learned skills, 2020 has found kids completing chores, saving money and giving back to their community, according to Greenlight. Read on to discover the details fo their just-released 2020 Year in Review,

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New Clothing Subscription Exclusively for Teachers Has Launched

Teacher Style Box is a subscription service just for teachers.

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How to Teach Your Kids Valuable Financial Lessons at Every Age

“Here’s how to make sure you’re financially stable and teach your kids money lessons, from year one to 10.”

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Study Reveals 4-in-10 Women Debating Leaving Workforce Due to COVID-19

Women are also more concerned about everyday finances.

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Who Needs the Department of Education?

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Once when I was traveling with my mother, we met a woman from Australia and discovered that, despite the fact that we all spoke English, we still had cultural differences. My mother told her about this wonderful vest…

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What’s Wrong With the Education System? And How Do We Fix It?

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When any system grows too big, it begins to break down. This is evidenced all around us. The education system, various systems of religion, the healthcare system, the justice system, the banking system, the…

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Who’s the Real Bully Here?

If you want to find the source of a child’s bullying, look at children’s behavior—it’s hard not to see a reflection of the environment in which they are being raised.

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Here’s How Much Elsa’s Palace Would Cost in Real Life

The eight bedroom castle is fit for a queen!

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On My 40th Birthday, Here’s Why I’m Happy to Not Be Turning 20

It’s the eve of my 40th birthday. A good chunk of my friends have already reached this milestone. For some it’s been a huge blow out party, for others, a quiet dinner with family.  Some have, at least on the…

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5 Ways to Save BIG Money at Disney World

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It’s the most magical place on earth. The place where dreams come true. A trip to Disney World is one of the best ways to bond with your family — and the easiest way to blow…

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Why It’s Important You Travel With Your Children

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We traveled quite a bit before we had kids and now three kids later we haven’t really slowed down much. We just took my oldest daughter at age 8 to her 18th state and our five-year-old to…

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One Cool Thing: Handmade Bracelets for a Cause

Find out more about resilienSEED and these charming bracelets that are handmade with love.

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