Are you ready to give your child the financial head start they deserve?
By the time I graduated from college, I had a Bachelors of Science in Accounting and a Masters degree in credit card debt.
I was a quick study thanks to the predatory tactics of big banks. I, along with other young and talented college students, signed over our future earnings all for a freakin t-shirt or – get this – a water bottle! What on earth were we thinking?!?!
I’ll tell you.
We were thinking we could handle the responsibility. And the truth is, many of us had no idea what we were signing up for and we certainly didn’t know the consequences of our choices.
Well, here’s the fix.
As parents, we now have the responsibility to equip this next generation with the tools and the know-how to avoid the money mistakes we made. This means teaching our kids early how to save, invest, spend wisely, and how credit really works.
Are You Making These Mistakes?
There are three common mistakes parents make when it comes to tackling the topic of money with their kids
We often stand by and do nothing.
As parents, we are so busy teaching our kids everything from good manners to having those awkward talks about the birds and bees that I get it, money matters are often overlooked or ignored.
As our kids mature and grow, we can’t afford to stand by and do nothing.
By not proactively tackling the life skill of money management in the home, we are leaving it up to chance and hoping our children will just pick it up through trial and error which is not an effective method.
We often rely on the school curriculum.
Unfortunately, money management is not consistently taught in schools. As a result, too many kids grow up only to fall prey to the common financial pitfalls of accumulating too much debt, taking on too much too soon, and not saving for your future.
According to a 2014 survey of American 15-year-olds by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, nearly 20 percent of students stated that they hadn’t yet learned everyday financial skills, like budgeting and comparison shopping.
We lecture once and expect mastery.
Money mastery requires practice, repetition, guidance and nurturing instruction. You will not always be there to protect them from making poor money choices, so it is important to make sure they can make money decisions independently.
Assuming you have a young learner at home who can shoot, edit, and post videos faster than you can unlock your phone, they’re ready to learn the building blocks of financial literacy.
If you know WITHOUT A DOUBT
- Becoming a debt-ridden 20+ year old statistic is not an option for your child
- You want your child to be smarter with money than you were at their age
- You’re determined to help your child avoid spending traps that keep them owing instead of growing their money
Then keep reading.
I was in my late 20s when I finally started connecting the dots. Let that sink in.
Don’t you want better for your child? I do too and that’s why I created the
Future Millionaire Money Camp for Kids
This program offers an engaging and informative learning opportunity from home and provides quick wins and practical ideas to plant the seeds of financial success far faster than going it alone.
Your camper will be equipped to develop a healthy Relationship with Money, Improve Financial Literacy, Strengthen Critical Thinking, and Build Confidence.
Still Not Sure?
The Future Millionaire Money Camp for Kids is the solution to YOUR unspoken worries about your child’s financial future if:
● You want to start teaching your child about money and have no idea where to start
● You’ve been trying haphazardly to prepare your child for financial decisions but afraid you’ll overwhelm them. They’re just kids.
● You already know everything about money because you work in that world every day. But somehow you can’t seem to whittle down your expertise to a kid conversation
● You refuse to let your child believe that IG celebrities are rich and they too can post pictures and videos and become set for life.
● You can visualize your child building wealth, stacking pennies, dollars, and stocks that will make them the fiscally responsible adult you’re raising them to be.
● Just thinking of your child saying “Thanks, but I’m going to save up for this” makes you weep tears of joy.
Some parents will read half of this and flag it for later. And while they’ve moved on to the next daily deed or mini-crisis, they’ll probably replace another cracked ipad screen, missing another opportunity to break a dangerous pattern and teach a critical money skill. They’ll still be raising good kids – actually smart kids. But they’re probably not raising Money Smart Kids.
This is your invitation to enroll your child into our Money Camp for Kids and watch your future millionaire take shape before your eyes.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
When does the course start and finish?
How long do I have access to the course?
For one year (365 days) following the last live session.
My son/daughter participates in an activity on one of the selected dates for the camp. If he or she misses a session, will there be a recording?
Will the kids be broken into different age groups or by grades?
Is there a payment plan?
Hi, I’m Holly!
After years of volunteering to teach students the basics of money management, I grew frustrated with the lack of financial education in the school system and became committed to sharing money essentials to students at every age!
Early in my career as a finance professional, I began teaching financial education to students to help them avoid the financial pitfalls I faced but to also give them a head start to begin practicing the behaviors and building the habits to become the next generation of future millionaires!