School Shopping And Kids’ Financial Education (Jul 18, 2019)

As the end of summer nears, it’s time to start thinking of heading back to school – and that means back-to-school shopping! School shopping provides an excellent opportunity to expand your kids’ financial education with real-world examples of careful budgeting, sensible spending, and much more. SageVest Kids shows parents how to use school shopping to help further your kids’ financial education.

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529 Plans And Other Savings Account Options For Your Child (May 29, 2019)

Alongside retirement planning, helping your kids in the future may be a central financial focus for your family. There are many savings options available to help you achieve this wealth goal, but which one’s right for you, your family, and your finances? SageVest Kids takes a look at 529 plans and other savings account options for your child, considering the advantages and disadvantages of college savings plans, Trusts, custodial accounts, and more, relative to your objectives and broader financial planning.

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Money & Millennials: Future Financial Changes You Should Plan For (May 9, 2019)

The Class of 2019 is the final graduating class of the best-educated generation in American history: Millennials. Whether you’re a recent graduate or now established in a career, we recommend that you maintain your focus on education – financial education, that is. Now’s the time to sit down and consider how to prepare financially for the opportunities, challenges, and changes that your lifetime may encompass. Following are a number of future financial changes you should plan for.

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Financial Helicopter Parenting – What Works (Apr 15, 2019)

When it comes to financial parenting, the jury’s still out on whether being a helicopter parent might prove beneficial or otherwise. Being too involved in your kids’ financial education can constrain your kids, making it impossible for them to learn how to make wise money decisions. Conversely, being too hands off might leave your kids without any financial framework in which to learn. SageVest Kids takes a look at financial helicopter parenting and advocates for a balanced approach towards your child’s financial learning as they grow.

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Parental Peer Pressure (Mar 26, 2019)

Your student’s college test results and where they study are certainly some of the key factors when it comes to your teen’s future career path, earnings potential, and standard of living later in life. The recent college admissions scandal shows just how much peer pressure can be upon parents, as well as teens, when it comes to getting into an elite school. SageVest Kids offers insights into how you can transform some of the most common types of parental peer pressure into examples of good financial parenting that supports your kids’ financial education.

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6 Choices That’ll Impact Your Teen’s Future Income (Feb 4, 2019)

As your teen prepares for college and beyond, it’s important that you discuss realistic life expectations together. At this juncture of their lives, some of the most influential factors on their career and future lifestyle relate to the choices your teen makes regarding study. From the grades they achieve, to what they study and where, SageVest Wealth Management’s sister site, SageVest Kids, highlights 6 key choices that’ll impact your teen’s future income, alongside statistics to support and guide these important decisions.

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How To Help Your Kids Develop Good Money Habits (Jan 22, 2019)

Helping your kids develop good money habits lays the foundation for lifelong success. To help parents teach kids, tweens, and teens about money, SageVest Wealth Management established the SageVest Kids website in 2017. Now, a survey from Charles Schwab has reinforced the importance of financial literacy for the next generation. We highlight some of the results from the recent survey, alongside tips to help your kids develop good money habits.

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