What do the Invisible-Money Generation think about money? [VIDEO]

What do the Invisible-Money Generation think about money? [VIDEO] Kids are curious, cute and funny when it comes to matters of money. Does the digital world make it hard for young Aussies to grasp the value of real money? Find out what the Invisible-Money Generation have to say about money. Online source: Produced by The Financial Financial Planning Association of Australia and published on 13 August 2018.  Original article.  

How to talk to your kids about money

How to talk to your kids about money Children first learn about money and how to manage it – earn, spend, save, invest, give it away – from watching and listening to adults. When we share positive behaviour and are frank about money, we create realistic expectations for children and we empower them to become financially capable adults. So, why not weave smart money lessons into your everyday moments? Download our free eBook now for ideas and …

When to start talking money with kids

When to start talking money with kids If you want your kids to get into good habits with money, when should you start teaching them about it? Are the pre-school years too soon for pocket money and chats about spending money online? Find out more from our Share the Dream report about how and when parents are talking money with their kids. Aussies may have a natural reserve when it comes to talking money. But …

How are parents teaching kids value of money in todays digital world?

How are parents teaching kids the value of money in today’s digital world? As part of their Financial Planning Week campaign, the FPA conducted national research with The Curious Co. The Share the Dream national survey of 1,003 Australian parents of children aged 4-18, gives new insights into our nation’s financial capability and readiness to share the dream with the next generation. Did you know that two thirds of Aussie parents believe digital money is …

Get money out in the open

Get money out in the open Money talk is one of our biggest taboos in Australia. But if we can’t be open about it, how will our kids learn to thrive in the invisible money age? Find out more about the potential benefits of opening up about money – for you and your kids. In two recent surveys[1] on what Aussies prefer not to talk about, money came out on top. Personal finances are the topic …

Home to roost: Advice for parents with adult kids living at home

Home to roost: Advice for parents with adult kids living at home Do you have adult children living with you? Thanks to housing affordability and stagnant wage growth, more kids are relying on Mum and Dad to keep a roof over their head well into their 20s and 30s. Get some advice on how to foster financial independence in your kids, so they’ll be ready to stand on their own two feet when they leave …

Pocket money? There’s an app for that

Pocket money? There’s an app for that Can technology be a friend to busy parents and teachers looking to educate kids about finances in the invisible money age? We speak to Spriggy co-founder Mario Hasanakos about the pocket money app that’s turning an old-school family tradition into an essential teaching tool for kids and parents. As digital natives likely to spend more time online than watching TV, kids learn a lot from their devices. They’re …