Why do you want to set up a secure foundation for your kid's financial success?
The simple answer is because you want your kids to learn the value of money. The second answer is that you want to leave a legacy that lasts generation after generation.
As you may know, kids make financial decisions since they are three years old. If you are not sure, then I want you to recall who choose the cereal at the supermarket.
Where do they choose to buy it? At the grocery store, right? They are pointing out what they want even if they don't know to enunciate the names. Or also just putting it in the cart by themselves.
Around 7 or 8 years old, they probably will have an iPad or a Smartphone "in case of any emergency." Then in their teens, they want to wear the latest trends and brands, and it is your JOB to give it to them.
Most kids don’t understand where the money is coming from, but they assume that all they need to do is...
Are colleges going to exist 10 years from now? Maybe, maybe not, but for sure they are not going to be anything like they are right now.
A lot of our children might not go to college like we did.
Colleges might not exist in 10 years from now.
The return on investments for colleges and for students are not what they were before.
At least 71% of students graduating from college has student loans of at least 30k. And this is only for a graduate degree.
Most students are not getting a good college education but only a good name.
What $1,000 was to cover for books before, now it is to cover 1 class.
Costs of schools are getting out of control.
A data collected from over 1000 students that were going to college showed that at least 45% didn't demonstrate any type of improvement in learning over the first two years and 40% over the four year period.
Among the reasons is that many of them didn't study at all. The average only...
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