040: Teaching Your Kids About Money with FamZoo’s Bill Dwight

Bill Dwight is a dad to five, husband, lifelong software geek, and founder of FamZoo.com which combines prepaid cards and a financial education for kids in one award-winning family finance app.

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  • FamZoo.com – Prepaid cards and a financial education for kids – all in one award-winning app.
  • Family Finance Favs – Tips to help you give your kids the financial education they’ll need to thrive in the real world.
  • Family 401(k)” – Pave the Road to Retirement For Your Working Teen With A Family 401(k).
  • Net Worth Spreadsheet – Maintain A Net Worth Spreadsheet With Your Teen

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Last Edited: September 25, 2017 @ 9:02 am
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  1. Children are the best audience to teach budgeting. They are very eager to learn, when we explain the things correctly. They too are looking for benefits from everything they do, so why not from budgeting. We just have to speak childrens “language”.