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When it comes to taxes, I get a lot of questions from my clients about tax planning tips. It’s especially timely because we will be offering tax preparation services for our clients starting in spring of 2020.Read More
Remember that New Year’s Resolution way back at the beginning of the year? Well it’s a great time to get back in action. Here are a few ideas you can easily do from the comfort of your home online with your tablet/computer and a phone.Read More
Author: Laura Knolle
Since I do financial planning for a living, financial literacy is very important to me. I have two high energetic boys, Jonathan (age 4), and Jordan (age 1) and I want to raise my kids to be financially smart. I have given a lot of thought about how to teach the boys about money and asked for advice from friends who also have young children. I finally felt that I just needed to start something, see how it works, and adjust as needed. My financial literacy goals were simple:
Set the groundwork to learn the basics of money
Use money as a reward to incentivize good behavior
Most importantly, make it fun.