Starts at 60’s readers have raised families, negotiated big purchases, paid off houses, and made financial plans for retirement.
So, when we asked you for the money tips you’d teach your children or grandchildren, the answers came in thick and fast, and so many were so good that we just had to share them.
Here’s 20 of the best. Send them to a youngster you love to set them on the path to a happier financial life.
On saving, budgeting and borrowing
On housing and property
On investing and superannuation
On life lessons
Did anyone give you helpful money advice when you were younger? Do you have a great financial tip you’ve shared with loved ones?
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