[Ep. 298] How to Talk to Your Kids About Money with Robin Taub

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Your kids are watching, listening, and learning from you. So try and be a good financial role model, so you can lead by example.

This week I have a returning guest on the podcast! I’m joined for a third time by Robin Taub who’s here to share everything about her new book The Wisest Investment, an update to her bestselling book, A Parent’s Guide to Raising Money-Smart Kids. I was so happy to have Robin back on the show to share how her book aims to help parents and kids navigate the world since the pandemic hit.

Robin is a Chartered Professional Accountant by trade, who then transitioned into real estate then derivative marketing at Citibank Canada. Robin is now a professional speaker and author, whose new book The Wisest Investment is for parents who are strapped for time but want to teach their kids to become responsible and money-savvy adults. 

In this episode, we chat about everything from what age should we start getting kids interested in personal finance to where the best information for kids to learn is, and spoiler alert it’s probably not TikTok. Since the world has changed dramatically in the past 18 months so has how we’re handling our money, and how we should be teaching our kids about it. Robin is a big proponent of looking for teachable moments in our everyday lives and that learning with your child is one of the best ways to get them engaged and interested in personal finance. 

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