Not long ago, Jeff Bezos took to Twitter to ask the world for charitable-giving ideas.
The Amazon.com founder sought a charitable strategy that looked at the long term and soon he was inundated with suggestions.
Of course, Bezos has plenty of money to give, but you don’t need to be a billionaire to reach a point in life when you start feeling the charitable urge.
"There comes a time when many of us want to do more than just accumulate money and property," says Patrick Renn a financial professional
Do your kids know that money doesn’t grow on trees? Here are some helpful tips for each age group.
You don’t have to wait until your kids are teenagers. You can start talking to them about the basics of money as early as preschool. Here are some tips on how to talk to your kids about money at any age:
From ages three to five you can teach kids that money can be exchanged for things. Explain to them the difference between pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters.
From ages five to nine
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