62 | Teaching Your Kids How to Set Financial Goals

There’s nothing wrong with having things, liking things and wanting things. Especially when you’re a kid. From our own personal experience though, we’ve found most of our joy in life has been derived from experiences – memorable, fun and rewarding experiences.

In my never-ending quest to give my kids the best life possible, I reached out to Tanya Van Court about the very subject of helping our kids appreciate experiences over things. Tanya is the founder and CEO of a company called Goalsetter. They’ve created an organization that’s helping kids save for the most important moments, experiences and goals in their lives.

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