This article focuses on teaching kids about money. It focuses on smartphone apps taking over and the role of visiting the bank with a full piggy bank becoming obsolete.
When cash rates are low, what is your best option to save for your child? We compare a traditional savings account with a share portfolio and discuss trusts as an additional option. – Giving the gift of investing.
We all want to give our children a head start in life. This three-step article will help you to instil sound financial habits in your children by setting the foundations of good money management and savings now. – Three steps to your kid’s financial success.
Many grandparents want to give their grandchildren a head start in life, and a common way to do so is to help by paying some (or all) of their school fees. This can, of course, simply be done by making a contribution at the time the fees are payable. However, it’s not unusual for grandparents to plan ahead by setting funds aside in a specific account. That is one option, but there might be a better one.
To make child care more affordable, the federal government offers parents two forms of financial assistance. Here’s what you should know about these benefits – and how they’re about to change.
After you’ve worked hard to give your kids the best start in life, what better reward could there be than seeing them have children of their own? As a proud grandparent, you’ll want to make sure the little ones, as well as your own children, are looked after financially when you’re gone — and that’s why estate planning is so important.