Welcome to the National Bank of Mom. I’m Maggie, and I’m glad you’re here!
I’m here for you.
That is if you’re a person who is interested in teaching kids about money. (If not, there might not be a lot for you here, but thanks for stopping by!)
Maybe you’re a parent, a grandparent, an aunt or an uncle, a teacher or a coach. Maybe just a friend! Regardless of who you are, there are kids in your life and you want to help them with a good financial foundation.
I share my experiences (successes and failures) and thoughts about teaching my own son, J, all about money. Everything and anything I can think of and research about how to prepare him for the world ahead.
We have great stuff.
Why is it so important to start saving early? Read about it in our post on the rule of 72. (It sounds boring, but I promise you, it’s not.)
If you want to teach a young person about money but don’t think you’re ready because you’re not the best with it, read about how I got my finances in order.
I also love to talk about what you learned about money when you were younger. Here’s a little bit about what I learned. Share your story with me!
Now let’s get to work.
Sign up for our free 5-day getting started email challenge. By the end of day 5, your kids will be on their way to managing their own money.
Then move on to our favorite posts:
- Parents can pay interest to teach kids how money can make more money
- Pay yourself first by saving at least 10% of all incoming money
- Make your money work harder, part 1 of a 5-part series
Don’t forget to check out our other posts in the archives.
Contact me! I’d love to hear from you.