Posts Tagged ‘allowances’

Allowances Develop Your Child’s Self-Reliance, Responsibility & Powerful Money Habits

Saturday, October 18th, 2008

“It’s Not How Much Money You Make That Is Important. It’s How Much You Keep.”

It is your decision whether you give your kids an allowance or not. Allowances can be either a good thing or a bad thing. It all depends on how you use it…and what experiences your child has.

Let me ask you this question…

What do our children learn if we just give them an allowance and fail to tie it to such lessons as responsibility, making choices, or (more…)

“How Allowances & Financial Intelligence Give Your Child Control”

Friday, October 3rd, 2008

If you give your children an allowance, they will
become more self-reliant and responsible …and
develop some simple, powerful money habits.

The topic of “Allowances” mostly causes some debate with parents and their children. (Probably not as much the “Bailout” one in Congress and ‘Main Street’, thank goodness)

Anyway, allowances can either a good thing or a bad thing. It all depends on how you, the parent, use it…and what experiences your child has with their allowances.

Here’s what I invite you to do:

  • Give your kids an allowance where they are learning to save, (more…)