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Posted in: For Parents | Answered on: May 18, 2012

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Posted in: Ask our Experts Q&A Age 10-13 | Answered on: March 31, 2012

My son is now in middle school (11 years old) and I used to give him a weekly allowance based on his age. So when he was 10 years old, he received $10 a week. But as he is getting older (making age-based allowance more costly for me!) and more responsible, I think I want [...]

Posted in: Ask our Experts Q&A Age 14-18 | Answered on:

My daughter will be going to college in the fall and I am nervous about getting her a credit card. I have read that so many young adults get into serious trouble with credit card debt but I also want my daughter to have money in case of an emergency since I won't be near [...]

Posted in: Ask our Experts Q&A Age 0-5 | Answered on: March 28, 2012

I have a little girl who is 2 1/2 and a boy on the way. My girl already has a nice little bit saved up and I would like to make it grow. We give the child tax credit to her every year. I am in the military and I don't know if I really [...]

Posted in: Q&A Age 6-9 | Answered on: October 23, 2011

I was at the supermarket recently and my 8 yr old wanted the brand name cereals. I know the store sells their own label and the cereal is similar. How do I teach my son that money, not cartoons, matter?