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Personal Finance Class Broomfield CO

Personal finance classes provide advice and information on budget creation, credit counseling, debt counseling, financial goals, investing, and maintaining a good credit rating. Read on to learn more and to find personal finance classes in Broomfield, CO that provide access to expertise on financial planning.

James Bishop
(720) 310-5462
Denver, CO
Coaching Types
Money and Finance
Gender
Male

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Iola Freeland
(800) 320-9711
Longmont, CO
Coaching Types
Performance, Money and Finance, Life
Rates
$200/Hr
Gender
Female
Certifications
CPCC, BJ

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James Bishop
(720) 310-5462
Denver, CO
Coaching Types
Money and Finance
Gender
Male

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Public Financial Planners
(303) 439-7728
Broomfield, CO
 
Turning Point Financial
(303) 327-1488
370 Interlocken Blvd
Broomfield, CO
 
Rachel Lane
(303) 467-0555
Denver, CO
Coaching Types
Relationship, Life, Money and Finance
Rates
$150/Hr
Certifications
CFP, CLC
Membership Organizations
ACC

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Iola Freeland
(800) 320-9711
Longmont, CO
Coaching Types
Performance, Money and Finance, Life
Rates
$200/Hr
Gender
Female
Certifications
CPCC, BJ

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Rachel Lane
(303) 467-0555
Denver, CO
Coaching Types
Relationship, Life, Money and Finance
Rates
$150/Hr
Certifications
CFP, CLC
Membership Organizations
ACC

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Legacy Partners Financial Group
(303) 450-9063
11990 Grant
Broomfield, CO
 
Morton Charlene K CPA Cfp
(303) 460-9909
11811 Upham St Unit E
Broomfield, CO
 
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5 tips for teaching your kids financial responsibility

5 tips for teaching your kids financial responsibility

John Thompson

Parents should start helping kids become smart with their money at an early ageOne of the most valuable tools a father can teach his kids is how to manage their money.

There are several things fathers can do to help raise financially-responsible kids:

1. Teach them the importance of work. Kids as young as preschool-age can help do chores around the house and earn an allowance. Teenagers should be encouraged to get a job to gain experience, learn responsibility and make money.

2. Teach them how to save. Whether it's a piggy bank or a savings account, helping your children keep track of their money and save up for purchases is a valuable lesson.

3. Help them keep track of their money. Use a notebook or journal to help your kids learn basic accounting. Down the road, this could help them avoid credit card debt and bounced checks!

4. Be a responsible consumer. Fathers should teach their kids how be a smart shopper by buying things that are on sale, researching big purchases, clipping coupons, or "shopping around" to find the best prices.

5. Start young. As soon as your child can put together the idea that money is used to buy things, start talking about it. Don't wait until he or she is going to college to teach them financial responsibility.

"As a parent, the best way to teach a child about finances is to be a role model," LendingTree.com's Edward Powell told Forbes. "You should show restraint with mon...

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