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Thursday, January 9, 2014

Managing Finances is fine, but the exciting part is growing them

Managing finances is fine, but the exciting part is growing them. A great way to involve kids in the family finances is to do a few investment projects together where you allow the kids to learn about an asset class and help you find a good opportunity in which to invest some money. A friend of mine helps his kids think through and start little micro businesses like finding golf balls and selling them back to the golfers in the clubhouse. These are great lessons for kids to learn to put entrepreneurial thinking into practice and to keep their eyes and their minds open to opportunities. - in

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