Posts with the category ‘Children’


Five Tips for Teaching Children About Money

Written by Kevin McKinley   The prime time for a child to begin learning good financial habits usually occurs during the “tween to teen” years. All the planning, saving and investing that parents do for their children’s future won’t do much good if the kids don’t have the discipline and wisdom necessary to eventually manage money on their own, and hopefully make it grow. Read more here.


Should You Create Trusts For Your Children?

By Trust Advisor Staff, Contributor If your children are under age the age of eighteen, you should have trusts for them in your Wills, in the event you and your spouse should die before all your children reach age 18. If minors receive assets prior to reaching age eighteen, a guardian of the property must be appointed to take care of those assets for your child. Read the full article here.


And Baby Makes Three

Prepared by Broadridge Investor Communication Solutions, Inc. So you’re going to have or adopt a baby. Congratulations! Parenthood may be one of the most rewarding experiences you’ll ever have. As you prepare for life with your baby, here are a few things you should think about. Reassess your budget You’ll have to buy a lot of things before (or soon after) your baby arrives. Buying a new crib, stroller, car seat, and other items you’ll need could cost you well… Read More


Balancing Work and Family

Prepared by Broadridge Investor Communication Solutions, Inc. At one time, the typical American family looked like this: a breadwinner father who commuted a short distance to work and earned a very good living, and a stay-at-home mother who took care of the kids and family home with aplomb. Life seemed easy and manageable, with plenty of time for family meals, parent relaxation, and important life lesson discussions, and little in the way of work or technological distractions. Today, things are… Read More


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