Saving money is the first step to true financial freedom. You cannot live life financially free if you need to borrow money often or are creating more debt than you can pay off. The problem so many families have, is finding a way to save that works for them. There are so many different methods, and it sometimes takes learning the tips and tricks of the trade, trying, and failing a few times before you find a way to save as a family. If you’re in this together, you are more likely to succeed.
It may seem like a difficult challenge to teach your teen to save money. The teen years are certainly full of new challenges and most parents aren’t quite sure how they will survive. Reality is, every parent before you survived the teen years just fine, and I’m sure that you will too. One of the things that teens are starting to navigate on their own is money. With all the spending possibilities on offer right now, teens might not have much interest in saving for the future.
Today I want to showcase a few simple ways you can encourage your teen to save money so that they learn to be financially savvy adults.
There’s nothing like taking time for a relaxing vacation with your family. When it’s done right, you all create memories that last a lifetime. But vacations often become far more stressful than they should be, and much of that is because of poor planning. Here are a few of the top tips to help you plan a fantastic family vacation.