Involve your children in the planning and teach them about budgeting
It’s been two months since the costly holiday season, and whether your credit cards are ready or not, March Break is here. Depending on where you live, your children are looking forward to a week or two of free time, and they will want to make the most of it. But that could be easier said than financially done, especially if you are among the half of Canadians who are living paycheque to paycheque.
Luckily, help is right under your nose – put your kids in charge.
In his most recent contribution to The Huffington Post, Consolidated Credit’s executive director Jeff Schwartz offers some suggestions on how you can create lasting March Break memories, while staying on budget and teaching your children a thing or two about smart finances.
Click here to read the blog post.