A Parent's Guide and Map to Money Talks with Kids, Question 6
by Team Sammy
Keep planting and seeding money conversations in the heads and hearts of your children and students. "Nudge" or "fast track" them along as you determine appropriate. Either way. Keep seeding. Education is an ongoing process that requires consistency and repetition to grow competency and master skills.
Today's question might be something like:
Do you have a written plan for what you'll do with the money you get this year? Or, Do you have a written plan for what you'll do with the money you will earn and receive this year?
Build the Conversation With These Questions
If your child or children engage with today's question, below are eight follow-up questions a parent might ask their child. Revise or rephrase the questions as you determine appropriate.
Why do you think it's important to have a plan for your money?
Do you think it is important to put your plans in writing? Any particular reasons why or why not?
What are some ways having a written plan help you make better choices with your money?
Do you think it's a good idea to share your plan with someone, like a parent or teacher?
What are some ways you can learn more about managing money wisely?
Are there any things you want to save money for in the future that should be in your plan?
Summary of Prior Questions
Q1 - Have you set a savings goal for 2024? (NOTE: LinkedIn Post)
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