Susan Beacham

When your child’s ID is stolen: Part two

A few years ago our daughters, Allison and Amanda, then ages 12 and 13, began receiving credit offers in the mail.

Leverage summer’s extra time for money lessons

During the school year, the idea of teaching our kids "one more thing" sounds downright impossible.

Teach kids personal responsibility about money

Take this experience shared with me by a reader: She was giving her 5- and 6-year-old children a fake dollar every time

Kids’ books offer lessons on money

The best parenting advice I ever received was to read to my children. I read to both my girls for as long as they would allow me. We read almost every night. I made twice weekly trips to our local library and each night we would sit down after dinner and I would read aloud. Excluding the hours they were asleep, this was the only time of the day they were still. Still and listening.
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