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Episode 3 | Posted on February 01, 2012 00:41
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Dr. Jane Bluestein
talks with financial coach and counselor Judy Lawrence to explore some of the issues and challenges related to promoting financial responsibility and money management skills in children. This program offers practical ideas for helping kids of all ages learn to appreciate and manage money, exploring issues such as planning and saving, allowance, financial responsibility and modeling, and issues such as parental modeling, upbringing, and personal attitudes and history with money and finances that can challenge adults to have positive, consistent practices and behaviors related to money and their children.
Judy Lawrence is a Financial Coach with a Masters degree in Counseling. Her book, The Budget Kit: Common Cents Money Management Workbook
, has sold over 425,000 copies and has been in print for three decades. She has appeared on CNBC, Style Network, many news networks and more. Her down-to-earth style through her books, coaching and seminars has helped thousands of couples, individuals and small business owners nationwide get out of debt, gain financial control, create a solid, workable financial program and develop a healthy relationship with money, ultimately guiding people towards more financial peace of mind.
budget, allowance, savings, financial literacy, money management
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