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Does financial planning scare you? Does it give you a sick feeling in the pit of your stomach? If it does, that’s probably because you don’t have a financial plan.

Delaying gratification isn’t easy, but it’s an essential milestone for kids on the road to becoming money smart.

As we head toward the holidays, money, and how we spend it, can either brighten the festivities, or make them more challenging. This season can be one of good cheer with some think-ahead financial planning.

There are some great games available that can help kids learn financial concepts while having fun. Here are a few of our favourites.

Advertisers are experts at getting us to shop, so warn your kids about their wily ways.

I want to share some reasons why retirement planning should be a priority because procrastinating can lead to some unpleasant surprises in your golden years.

How many of us even open our investment statement? And how many of us actually understand it? Let’s look at the major sections and answer the most common questions.

Parent groups have been asking for more financial education in the classroom. But at least one money lesson will always be in the hands of parents.

Before you hit the back-to-school sales, consider this simple trick to help your child learn a key financial lesson.

Parents may not want to discuss past financial hardships with their children, but at least one personal finance expert thinks they should.

Summer provides plenty of opportunities for teachable moments as families spend more time together in a relaxed atmosphere. Here are a few valuable financial lessons parents can pass on to their kids this season.

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