You can’t help your kids with money if you don’t have enough to cover yourself BY CYRUS E. BAMJI When my parents retired in the U.S. over 20 years ago,

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Being A Grandparent Financial Facilitator BY RICHARD AND LINDA EYRE Our column in last fall’s issue was on being an Independence-Giver to your grandkids (See it ­here). In that article,

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Sponsored As a grandparent, you’re probably used to people thinking you’re the least tech-savvy in the room. Because of this, you might think it strange that we’re suggesting you try

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Teaching children how to have a healthy lifelong relationship with money BY RIC EDELMAN My wife Jean and I have been teaching personal finance for the past 30 years, through

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We grandparents know that money doesn’t grow on trees (as my father used to tell us kids) and we want to be able to help our grandkids with their college

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How Do I Say No to My Adult Child’s Requests for Money? BY DR. JOSHUA COLEMAN Sometimes you have to say no. But, how do you know when you should

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How To Explain Bitcoin to Your Grandchildren By NEALE GODFREY, FINANCIAL LITERACY EXPERT, President & CEO Children’s Financial Network Inc. Kids love stories and make-believe, so why not share the story

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Dr. Joshua Coleman answers some tough questions for grandparents who have challenging relationship with their adult children.  1.  How do I say no to my daughter’s money requests? I desperately

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BY JEANNE SULLIVAN I’ll admit it.  I was that Grandma (only they call me Lola and I know you may have your own zany name too!) The one who brought three gifts

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The Magic Bank Account Contributed by Granddad, Charlie Palmer Imagine that you had won the following prize in a contest: Each morning your bank would deposit $86,400 in your private

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By Jerry Witkovsky, Author, The Grandest Love: Inspiring the Grandparent-Grandchild Connection A check in the mail for a birthday. Dinner once a month. Telephone hugs. Skyping. Asking the question “So

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By Neale Godfrey As a grandparent, the biggest joy is to provide your grandchildren with all of the love and protection in the world. One of your fears is: Will

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By the time you get to be a grandparent, you are pretty wise to the ways of the world and will do anything to help give your grandkids a leg

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Jessica Bruno of FourGenerationsOneRoof.com shares how her four-generation household divvies up expenses. At least once a week, I get an email asking, “Who pays the bills?” Sadly, many come from

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What Every Woman Should Do Now to Protect Her Financial Future  |  By Mary Hunt   Becoming a grandparent four years ago turned my world upside down. Suddenly, I wanted

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It’s Not (just) About the Money, Money, Money For today’s grandparents, legacy is not only what you leave behind. It’s also a reflection of how you live today. By Elyse

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By Richard Bauman (Editor’s Note:  My grandmother used to tell all of her grandchildren to never leave a penny on the floor and to put it into their piggy banks.

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By Dennis Miller Many grandparents are afraid they simply won’t be able to retire – or stay retired – when and how they planned. We can talk about retiring later,

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by John Lanza My mom recently sent my daughter a heartfelt, written card with $15 dollars inside. In front of Abraham Lincoln’s face on each of the three five spots

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By Dennis Miller I have a friend who says, “Why make a decision today if it can be put off until tomorrow?” While that might sound cute, waiting until the

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