Archive - May 10, 2016

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A Note for New Advisors
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Ten Principles for Teaching Children about Money

A Note for New Advisors

Businessman juggling fruit

Businessman juggling fruit

This post is for an advisor just starting out in their career. Their work could range from working for a large broker-dealer, to a small financial planning firm with a few employees. The main point of this post is to give the advisor reading it some hope and inspiration. Having had experience working for both a large broker-dealer and a small firm (here at BFP) my hope is to give some advice thoughts as the advisor shapes their career.

  1. First, you are in one of the greatest positions in your career. You have the choice of determining
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Ten Principles for Teaching Children about Money

Here are ten principles for teaching children about money:

1. Talk about money.

When money is involved, you have a chance to teach your children the values and analysis behind your actions. Money should not be your only topic of discussion, but talking about it will communicate your wisdom and values to your children. Every purchase, investment, or donation can be a time to teach your children something about your values.

2. Talk openly.

Parents make a mistake when they keep information from their children. Children learn through experience. For example, the experience of what their family earns and what …

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