Teaching Your Kids About Investing In A Volatile Market (Apr 29, 2020)

Teaching your kids the fundamentals of investing can seem like a daunting project during times of economic stability. Factor in the extreme market volatility we’ve seen during the COVID-19 pandemic, and even the basic tenet of “buy low, sell high” becomes complicated to explain. Our sister site, SageVest Kids, offers an age-appropriate guide to help children understand the principles of the market and how to make sound investment strategies now and in the future.

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How Kids Can Give and Help During Coronavirus (Mar 30, 2020)

In the past few weeks, our children’s lives have been turned upside down. From school closings, performance and sport cancellations, postponed traditions such as prom and graduation, to no more playdates, the way our kids interact with the world is evolving minute by minute. However, in the midst of these social losses, there’s an abundance of opportunities for children to give to and help people and organizations in need, nationally and within their local community.

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Teaching Charitable Giving (Nov 26, 2019)

The holiday season and year’s end motivate many people to give charitably, whether by donating money to a specific cause, volunteering at a local food bank, or providing gifts to families in need, as examples. However, teaching your children the meaning behind giving, and instilling philanthropy as a family value can be done throughout the year. We offer suggestions on how to go about teaching charitable giving to your youngsters and teens.

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Back-To-School Kids’ Financial Literacy Checklist (Sep 17, 2019)

Teaching your kids about finances is an important parenting responsibility. A healthy approach to wealth increases the odds that your kids will enjoy greater life opportunities, more financial freedom, and less stress as adults. Our sister site, SageVest Kids, is dedicated to helping you teach your kids about money. If you don’t know when or how to begin, there’s no time like the present. Use our back-to-school kid’s financial literacy checklist to kick off their financial education with the start of the new school year.

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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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Fun Financial Board Games For Kids, Tweens, And Teens (Nov 14, 2018)

SageVest Wealth Management is a top-ranked, fee-only financial advisory firm with a family focus. Our financial literacy site, SageVest Kids, offers parents a wealth of resources to teach kids about money, including financial activities by age.

As the holiday season approaches, if you’re looking for something more, consider giving your kids the gift of financial education and entertainment, with one of these fun financial board games for kids, tweens, and teens.

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When And How To Teach Your Kids About Investing (Jul 18, 2018)

Money’s an essential resource for life success. It’s also a broad and complex topic. If you’re a parent, committed to providing your kids with a sound financial education, teaching your child about money needs to begin early, with age-appropriate activities that foster a healthy attitude towards money, spending, and saving. Only once your child possesses a strong understanding of the financial basics should you consider introducing the principles of investing. SageVest Kids offers insights into when and how to teach your kids about investing.

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Affordable Summer Activities For Kids (Jun 12, 2018)

Summer is approaching. That means warmer weather and, for parents of school-age kids, summer expenses.

From summer camp and family vacations, to play dates and pool time, the costs associated with keeping your kids entertained during the long summer days can quickly send your family budget into disarray. SageVest Wealth Management’s sister site, SageVest Kids, offers some tips on how to keep your longer term financial goals on track, with Affordable Summer Activities For Kids.

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