Are your kids money smart?
This week we interview Robin Taub about how you can raise money smart kids. We discuss 11 financial habits that give them a good foundation in life, behavioral bias, a good age to start, the 5 pillars of monye and more.
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Today's Guest: Robin Taub
A Chartered Professional Accountant by training, Robin began her career at KPMG, transitioned into real estate, and then landed in the complex world of derivatives marketing at Citibank Canada. Robin puts her money where her mouth is and has raised two mostly money-smart young adults, a son and a daughter. ------ How to give parents the skills to teach their children to be financially literate
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