Hudson Valley Parent

HVP January 2017

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Page 28 of 35 n Hudson Valley Parent 29 Specializing in children from infancy to teens Children with special needs welcome Sedation Dentistry available Child friendly environment with video games, Netfl ix TV and playhouse Most insurances accepted as full or partial payment. and your kids need to know that. Helping you with the monthly budget and subsequent bill-paying process is also something most kids don't get to see. Budgeting is such an important tool in avoiding debt that is imperative we teach this to our children when they are young. Check out for some fun budgeting and allowance printables for kids. 5. Lead by example. Obviously, you need to practice what you preach as far as financial matters go or your kids just won't grasp what you're trying to teach them. You don't have to be a financial wizard to raise fiscally-fit kids. If you are savvy with money, it will be pretty simply to get your kids on board. Teaching your kids some of these principles may help you get financially fit as well. Kerrie McLoughlin is the mom of 5 money-savvy kids and shares their journey at The Best Annual Camp Guide from C-guide.

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