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Kids & Credit

We’ve been exploring the topic of what money can buy in our last few newsletters. This week, I thought I’d explore this topic as it pertains to kids. I’m not sure how things were in your house growing up, but when I was a kid, I got a minimal allowance for doing chores around the house. And I always made sure those chores got done because I loved the reward of getting that money.

Philosophically Speaking…

In our last article, we talked about what money can buy, and we gave you some pretty silly ideas about how to blow your cash. This week, I’d like to talk to you about the more philosophical side of what you’d like your money to do for you.

So… What Can Money Buy?

In the words of country star Chris Janson, “I know everybody says money can’t buy happiness. But it could buy me a boat. It could buy me a truck to pull it. It could buy me a Yeti 110 iced down with some silver bullets.” This summer, we’re going to spend a little time exploring the topic of money, specifically what exactly it can and can’t buy.

A Message for Recent Graduates

“When I was your age I walked to school uphill both ways in the snow!” You’ve probably heard your parents or grandparents tell you this story, right? You may see everything they have now and think life’s always been easy for them, but that doesn’t reflect how hard they had to work at your age to get where they are today.

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