4 reasons teens should learn about money

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It seems obvious that teens should learn about money. However, financial education for teens is sorely lacking. Many high schools offer little or no assistance in helping teens learn about money. While some parents make this a priority, others don’t focus on it at all. It might help both parents and educators to understand exactly

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A wealth manager to millionaires says parents who leave their kids money often miss the most important step

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Michael Farrell, a wealth manager to millionaires, believes there’s much more to inheritance than handing over money. Farrell is managing director of a wealth management firm whose typical client is worth at least $10 million. “We tend to work with a lot of first-generation wealth creators. They have a bit of a blue-collar mentality about their

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Here’s how much money you need to save every month to put your kid through 4 years of college

Tanza Loudenback •
Business Insider
Here's how much money you need to save every month to put your kid through 4 years of college

College is a huge financial investment, but most families believe the high price is justified. According to the Sallie Mae report “How America Pays For College 2019,” a survey conducted in partnership with research-company Ipsos found that seven in 10 parents and students say the cost of college today is either appropriately priced, a bargain, or

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