6 Ways to Teach your Children Financial Responsibility
You've taught them how to tie their shoelaces, to be careful around strangers and awkwardly touched on the whole "birds and bees" thing when forced into a corner. But if you haven't talked to your children about the importance of financial responsibility, you could be depriving them of crucial life skills that will impact their relationship with money forever.
This seminar is geared for anyone that plans on retiring one day. It is never too early to start planning and mapping out this chapter of our lives. ~ it may last as long as our working years, and you want to be in a position to enjoy it to its fullest!
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