Every now and then we find products we think offer
parents a little help raising financially fit kids.
One that came to our attention recently is the
Moonjar. This imaginative and colorful box is
designed with three openings: one for sharing, one
for saving, and one for spending. It comes with a
small "passbook" that can be used with your kids
for keeping track of what gets deposited. As an
introduction to money management we think it's a
pretty good tool.
To order, go to: www.independentmeans.com/bin/miva?Merchant2/merchant.mv+Screen=SFNT&
They are ($10 plus S/ H).
We think the product probably works best with
kids 5-10, but will take guidance from parents with
younger and older kids!
© 2007, Independent
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Some people think they are worth a lot of money
just because they have it. - Fannie Hurst
Means, Inc. sets the standard for innovative
resources for Raising Financially Fit Kids. Your
kids are developing views on money through your
actions! This month, make a note to talk about
hidden costs - the price of that trip or the car or
club membership that DOESN'T show up on the price
tag. Source: www.independentmeans.com
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