Infographic: 4 Healthy Money Habits to Teach Your Kids

Kacy Reece

Kacy Reece

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It's never too early to start teaching your kids how to be responsible with their money. Whether they just lost their first tooth or are ready to go see a PG-13 movie, all ages can benefit from learning healthy financial routines. Children begin observing their surroundings at a very young age, and the sooner these habits are presented the better. Below we've provided 4 fun and easy lessons bound to help your kids understand how to handle money responsibly. 

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MONEY HACKS: What Do You Need to Know About Insurance?

We speak with many investors, savers, and employees with questions about insurance. While health insurance is a common topic and benefit for most, many individuals and families don’t fully recognize the importance or value of four (4) other types of insurance, as well as key questions – what kind should I have, how much do I need, what does my employer offer?

In this Money Hacks episode, I’m joined by my good friend and financial planning guru, Jason Dahl. He’ll answers some of these questions here.

Also, if you want more be sure to check out our other insurance articles from Jason on MoneyNav and reach out to us with any questions!

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MoneyNav Academy Worksop: What's Next? Life After Work Workshop

Kacy Reece

Kacy Reece

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We focus on the key decisions in the final few years of your working career. While this presentation covers critical components to ensure your money will last throughout your retirement, an even greater emphasis is placed on the “softer side” of retirement. We find that very few people take the time to think through the various non-money related areas that create a truly successful retirement. This requires some thoughtful planning to help keep you socially engaged, utilize your talents to serve/volunteer/give back, as well as doing some serious relaxing for all your years of hard work.

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Financial Jargon Defined: Self-Insurance

As we said last month, the world of finance and investments is notorious for its extensive use of jargon. With a goal of enhancing financial literacy and making the finance world more transparent, we are committing to a “monthly jargon” post that will focus on debunking various financial terms that are continuously used sans explanation. This month, we are addressing “self-insurance.”

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