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Money is a tough topic!

That’s where Neale comes in! She’ll help you every step of the way. This is Neale’s promise to you. She will even make learning about money fun and easy, and help you to teach your kids the money lessons you hopefully want to teach. She’ll send you two emails each month containing her, Neale’s Common $ense News, which will give you easy money and ecological activities to do with your kids as you are going about your life. For less than $0.14 a day, Neale will help you make your world your classroom and give your kids the “money foundation” we wish we all had.


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Parent’s Corner Subscription Preview: Spender or Saver?

How hard is it to alter a financial personality? It takes consistent behavior and language on your part. Watch your words. If you find yourself saying, “Oh, I don’t have any cash, I’ll just use my credit card”, explain to your child that a credit card is a convenience and the bank will send you a bill at the end of the month and you’ll pay that with money you’ve put in the bank.

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Saver vs. Spender

We all seem to be born with a Financial Personality. Watch this video for some tips to help your kids to be balanced Savers and Spenders.

The Holidays are Here

It seems that those good ole’ days when gift giving brought a message that “I care about you” are gone. Wouldn’t you love to instill — or re-instill — those traditional values in your children? If you do, you can start by using some of these helpful tips.

The Fiscal Cliff: A Learning Moment for Your Kids

Go Congress! You have created a wonderful situation to spice up a dinner conversation. (That is, if you remember what dinner is—you know, the family eats together and looks up from their phones long enough to engage in something called conversation?)