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Coping with Financial Issues of COVID-19 - Part 32

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ST. JOSEPH, Mo. --

Here is the final briefing title for October. If you would like another topic covered please let me know. Please find the meeting information at the end of this document.

  • 29 October – Raising Financially Fit Kids

RAISING FINANCIALLY FIT KIDS-Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

  • Money as You Grow Bookshelf is a reading program that helps you weave money skills into the time you may already spend reading to your kids at home, in a way they’ll understand. Designed for ages 4 – 10. For more information and age-based resources, check out this link.

Library of Answers Examples:

  • As young adults enter into their careers, talk to them about starting to save early for retirement and the importance of preparing for financial emergencies. Here are a few discussion points you can use. This is a great place to bookmark.
  • When your son or daughter starts asking questions about credit, start the conversation with a talk about having a savings and spending plan then add the role of credit. Click here for some topics to consider discussing.

Don’t hesitate to reach out by phone, text, email or ask for a private Zoom session for you or your family members. Be Vigilant and STAY SAFE!

Randy Gerard, PFC
C (573) 415-6934
O (816) 236-3659
pfc.rosecrans.ang@zeiders.com

This week’s thought:  “A bank is a place that will lend you money if you can prove you don’t need it.” ~Bob Hope