Get starOne of the questions we often hear from readers is, “How can I teach my kids financial literacy? How can I get them to be responsible with money?”
We like to think of personal finance as a two-way conversation. Even though you’re the parent, you shouldn’t be doing all the talking.
That’s why we asked 4-year-old Luna de la Portilla and her mom Angela Sharp to talk to us about money.
In fact—Luna has a thing or two she wants us to know.
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Kids always seem to want something. When should we say no? How should we say it? And is there a time and a place to just say yes sometimes?
Before you jump to take out a life insurance for someone else, get the facts on when this is beneficial and when it’s more hassle than it’s worth.
Everyone is different. Here are some cases in which a 15-year term life insurance policy could help offer the protection your family needs.
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