How One Innocent Question Saved My Kids from a Lifetime of Debt

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So, the title is a mouthful and maybe a little over the top, but conversations with your kids about money is so important. Especially today, when everything is paperless and cashless, money is more abstract a concept than ever. You never know the impact of what you teach them now, before they have a chance to leave the nest and make some really big mistakes with money! You can make these concepts easy for your kids to understand by using real world examples and language they’re comfortable with.

I share one of those examples in tonight’s post that I wrote as a guest contributor on Stop Being Dumb. So pop on over via the link below, check out the post (and his blog–good stuff!) and say hi to Jeff (follow him on Twitter @jeffleonard12). Tell him Amy sent you…and you’re sorry that he’s a Bengals fan!

http://www.stopbeingdumb.net/blog/how-one-innocent-question-saved-my-kids-from-a-lifetime-of-debt

About The Author

Amy Davis

This post may contain affiliate links which help me keep the site running. All opinions and recommendations are 100% mine. I never recommend something I haven't tried and used myself.

I’m a former therapist turned stay-at-home mom sharing my tips and strategies to achieving freedom from debt. When I’m not blogging, cooking, cleaning or otherwise catering to the needs of my 4 little persons, you’ll find me binge watching Billions. #goals

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