Teaching Kids About Money
Some ideas to get started 1. Pay them a weekly allowance for doing and completing tasks 2. Open up a bank account so the money is harder to access 3. Open up a trading account under your name 4. Let the kids pick the stocks to buy (and it may be just because they like the name, and that’s OK) 5. Make sure it’s fun and revisit the investment regularly so they stay engagedIf you want to discuss you or your kids personal situation, please let me know? Daryl French, AMP LendingMax Direct: (250) 470-8843 Web: www.mortgagebroker.ca
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