It’s easier to teach your kids how to save and invest if they understand the value of money.
The peer pressure to keep up with the pricey lifestyle would definitely put a strain in your finances and worse, in your relationship. So how do you deal with this situation?
Totoo pala na marami tayong malalaman just by listing down our expenses.
The best way to teach our children about money is to set a good example.
As your child accumulates money on his own, start asking questions like: “What would you like to do with all the money you saved?”
Good money habits can take a long time to form but money experts agree that the earlier we teach our kids about money, the better it is for their own future.
“I’m always going to find ways to make my dreams come true,” Matteo says. “I believe in good and honest hard work. I don’t want to take shortcuts. I’m going to climb the ladder the proper way.”
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