Will You Be Paying for Your Kids Forever?

Last night I was browsing through magazines and the September issue of Money Magazine caught my eye.

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The article, “Paying for your Kids… Forever?” showed a mom and daughter, their arms full of shopping bags.  The caption read: “Mom Lori Gibson is helping daughter Courtney with groceries and other living expenses until she can make it on her own in New York City.”

Courtney is 25. 25??  Seriously??

The article goes on to talk about other families in the same situation. Parents who are delaying retirement to support their adult children are apparently the new norm.

I don’t know about you, but that blows my mind.

When did it become normal to support our kids into their adulthood?

If this story strikes a nerve with you like it did with me, then you need to start getting your kids the financial education they need to make it on their own as adults and you need to start now.

You’re going to want to check out our newest offering “What Happens After Share, Save, Spend: Teaching Teens About Money in the Real World.” 

This is a guilt-free class.  If you are worried that you should have started sooner or that you have no idea where to start now, fear not.  We have you covered.

If you are afraid that you can’t teach your kids about money because you don’t know how to manage it yourself, that’s okay too.  One of the course bonuses is that you get a budgeting video designed for parents that you can watch before you begin working with your kids.

Here’s the deal.  We have three teenagers. I love them tremendously, but I’m also excited for them to go out and live their own lives – long before age 25.  I hope they have the same experiences I did in my early twenties when all of life was an adventure.  I don’t want them living in my basement in their mid-20s.

If you have those same hopes and dreams for your kids, then I cannot wait to have you join us!

See you soon!

PS: This offer will be closing down on Saturday night so we can get ready for Monday’s kickoff.  If you know someone who would be interested, please feel free to forward this on to them.

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Comments 1

  1. Bret

    I, for one, certainly hope I’m not paying for my kids… forever.

    Or even into their mid-20s. I hope they pick up the financial skills they need while they’re still teens so that, someday, maybe they can take ME out to dinner someday!

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