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Tween Allowance: The Salary Method

Rather than the traditional dollars-per-week tween allowance, we pay our son a bi-weekly salary, and he's responsible for some "needs" as well as "wants."

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ASUU continues strike even after meeting with Senate warns of indefinite strike An attempt by the Senate to bring to an end the lingering crisis between the Academic Staff Union of Universities and the Federal Government failed Monday after an eight-hour meeting between both sides was deadlocked. The two sides failed to agree on lecturers earned allowances. The chairman Senate Committee on Tertiary Education and TETFund Jibrin Barau disclosed this Monday night in Abuja. The Senate had…

I wonder about not connecting allowance with chores. We work for our money as adults. Re-read freakanomics before starting allowances. The rest I like though.

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Teaching children about #money is a very important part of parenting. Here are some great lessons to teach them and tools to use.
from MakeUseOf

Here Are the Best Ways to Teach Kids About Finance

Teaching children about #money is a very important part of parenting. Here are some great lessons to teach them and tools to use.

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from Modern Parents Messy Kids

Kids’ Responsibility & Money Management Kit

What an awesome resource for teaching kids about family responsibility, earning money, saving, spending and even giving!

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Strike Continues as ASUU/FG meeting ends in futility News48hour.com reports that six days after a meeting between the Senate and the Academic Staff Union of Universities ASUU ended in stalemate a renewed of same to nip in the bud ongoing warning strike again ended in deadlock today.At the end of the 8 hours meeting which ended 8.32 pm Monday there was however no concrete agreement between the University lecturers and the lawmakers.Addressing Journalists after the meeting Chairman Senate…

from WSJ

The 15 Money Rules Kids Should Learn

Personal Finance for Kids: Financial advice for your kids ... teach 'em young!

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