Sharing a Facebook post. Of the eight dimensions of wellness, financial wellness is high in importance but due to lack of financial intelligence, perhaps even savvy? (and other factors, of course, like the current gig/share economy) financial wellness isn't always sustained.
We've all heard it-there's no such thing as a parenting manual, so sometimes there is no precedent.
Not wanting to cut off their grown but dependent children, the parents in this NY Times article faced a major decision about whether to cut their kids off financially (paying their cell phone, car, insurance, etc.) or continue to bank them.
I share my own experience from the time that I graduated from pharmacy school. Things have changed greatly in 30 years, but one thing does remain the same, we have to teach kids fiscal responsibility--their financial wellness, and subsequent health, depends on it.
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