Lukas considers who is ultimately responsible for providing financial education to children.
SavingNinja considers how parents often inadvertently weaken their weak children and strengthen their strong children while trying to help them out financially.
In this thorough article, the CashflowCop shares his thoughts about investing for children (including the “preachy dad mode” trap) and reveals what his family invests for their child in which products.
A very detailed article from Tuppeny’s FIREplace about little things you can do to teach your kids about money step by step.
Dividend Cake is living his values, supporting his kids in a new creative venture making a vlog in order to foster creativity and imagination.
Dividend Cake shares three things he wants to teach his kids: 7 core great values, financial literacy, and entrepreneurship.
FI UK Money has set up a plan for his 19-year old son to buy a property and reach FI before he is 40 years old. If you’ve missed the beginning of this series, a link is provided in the article intro.
Pollies Dividend: As frequent reader of my blog you know that I’m writing some posts to try to financially educate my kids. I know they are still very young (6 and 9) but it is never too early to start. And they can read these blog posts later on in life 😉 (This is probably the case, because they don’t speak or read English very well at this moment – You got to love an understatement!).
Pollies Dividend: In August of 2015 I started this series about the wonderful world of investing. By writing these blog posts I try to educate my kids. And I hope my kids at the age of say 18, have all the financial knowledge I’m having right now. This would be a huge advantage for them!