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Posted in: Early Earners Blog News and Updates | on: December 16, 2012

By now we are sure you are frantically shopping for the latest item on your kids' holiday list. Or hopefully not! We would like to remind you that there are ways to teach your children that this season is not all about them, and is also a way to think about their future. Perhaps instead [...]

Posted in: News and Updates | on: June 10, 2012

Everyone loves summer – from picnics in the park to pools and beaches and refreshing drinks like lemonade. And as we know, lemonade has always been the first business kids embark on. Our neighbor's kids had a lemonade stand recently and when we asked them what they planned on doing with their earnings, they showed [...]

Posted in: Early Earners Blog News and Updates | on: May 12, 2012

Recently we posted an article showing examples of successful lifestyle tactics parents used to teach their children about managing money. It made me start thinking about how I was raised and why I have always put being financially responsible as one of my highest priority. As long as I could remember, I have watched my [...]

Posted in: News and Updates | on: April 21, 2012

As recent UC San Diego Health Sciences research study found that the #1 way in which parents can help an obese child lose weight is to lose weight themselves. According to the study, "Parents are the most significant people in a child's environment, serving as the first and most important teachers. They play a significant [...]

Posted in: News and Updates | on: April 15, 2012

The first birthday is a momentous occasion usually celebrated by a party. As we all know, this party is a lot of times for the benefit of the parents as a 1 year old does not know the difference between a 10 person gathering and a 50 person soiree. But this event does represent a [...]

Posted in: Early Earners Blog News and Updates | on: March 17, 2012

We have to place priorities on what we are saving for in order to make our long term savings plan work. For most families, that means deciding which long term event – your kids' college education or your retirement years – you should put more of your savings efforts towards. Ideally it shouldn't be this [...]

Posted in: Early Earners Blog News and Updates | on: March 15, 2012

My 3.5 year old experienced giving for charity for the first time. We have a lot of toys and by a lot I mean A LOT. I haven’t even thrown out the baby stuff because I have a 1 year old. It was time to do some cleaning, especially of some big toys that no [...]

Posted in: Early Earners Blog News and Updates | on: March 15, 2012

If you wrote down your expenditures for the week and found some unnecessary spending, congratulations! You know have money to save, but for consistent savings to work, you must incorporate this into your lifestyle. The only way to make this a lifestyle change is, instead of saving in big chunks, set up an automatic savings [...]

Posted in: Early Earners Blog News and Updates | on: March 15, 2012

These days it seems like people have forgotten a basic rule in life – always have at least 6 months of living expenses in cash in an interest-bearing savings account for any emergency, which everyone knows happens more often that you would expect. How many of us actually have this? I think the lesson in [...]

Posted in: Early Earners Blog News and Updates | on: March 15, 2012

We have mastered the fact that when you go to a store you need to pay for something before it can come home with us. We’ve also mastered the fact that mom and dad work so that we have money to pay for these things we want to take home with us from the store. But now [...]