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How to Teach Your Kids Great Money Skills (free class!)

I’m excited to invite you to join me for a free class on Thursday all about How to Teach Your Kids Great Money Skills. You don’t want to miss this!

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Do you want to raise financially responsible kids? Do you wish you could have some advice and step-by-step help to teach your kids great money skills? If so, you’re not alone!

I hear from so many parents who feel like they want to set great examples for their kids when it comes to money but they just don’t even know how to do that since they never had good money role models.

Matt Matheson is a dad of two kids who has spent 15 years as a teacher. His heart is to help equip the next generation to win with money. It started in his home with teaching his daughter and son the basics about money, but quickly expanded to include teaching a personal finance class to 5th and 6th graders in his school.

As a nationally published personal finance writer with articles and insights appearing in places like the Huffington Post, Matt was able to combine his financial knowledge, educational expertise, classroom experience, and parenting insights to build a series of highly engaging lessons designed to bring the joy back to parents struggling to raise money rockstars.

Sign Up for the Free Class!

Matt and I are teaming up on April 11, 2019 to offer you a free live class designed to help you raise your own financially-savvy kids. It’s called 5 Ways To Inspire Your Kids To Thrive With Money.

The class will be at 7 p.m. CT/8 p.m. EST on Thursday, April 11, 2019 and you’ll learn:

  • How to know WHEN you should start teaching your kids about money. In the class, Matt will show you why it’s too late if you wait until they start learning about money in school.
  • WHAT exactly you should be teaching your kids. You’ll learn how everything your child needs to know about money can be boiled down to five major concepts known as the 5 Pillars. If your child masters these, you’ll be ahead of the game and you won’t get lost (or lose them) teaching the details of 401k’s, credit utilization rates, and FAFSA’s (not sure what these are? Don’t worry, you don’t need to speak Money-ese to raise a money rockstar!)   
  • The #1 trick for HOW to teach these concepts. Many parents go about teaching their children about money all wrong. Matt will show you a few simple teaching tips and tricks to have your kids soaking up money knowledge like a sponge.

Click here to sign up and reserve your spot for Thursday, April 11th, at 8:00 pm EST!

Our hope is that each parent who attends will leave inspired with steps and advice to build a strong financial foundation for their kids. I hope to see you there!

P.S. Can’t make the live webinar? Be sure to register anyway to watch the replay!

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2 Comments

  • Matt Davis says:

    Crystal, I got a chance to view the webinar replay. Thanks for coordinating this. Just a couple follow up questions…Do you think it makes sense to fund a child’s business ventures or encouraging children to be entrepreneurial? If so, do you think with what limits (ages, amounts, etc.)? I think some decent arguments could be made for the education around a business plan, accounting, investment, success/failure, and other real-life lessons that could be had by pursuing business ideas. Also, in terms of a child’s post-secondary education, do you think it’s better for them to figure it out entirely on their own (e.g. potentially work to pay their way through school, if necessary) or to help them with expenses to focus on education?

    Thanks for the great content–keep it up.

    • Honestly, I think it depends with each different child in each different situation, so I can’t really answer your question because of that… because when it comes to raising kids, I don’t think there are many hard and fast rules. I think you have to take each child and their needs and situation into consideration and get great counsel and then just do what you feel is the best you know how! I hope that helps!

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