The Simple Dollar Weekly Roundup: Child Art Edition

The walls of my office are slowly becoming covered in child art.

First, I hung up a rather nice comic strip that my six year old son drew.

Then, my daughter drew an enormous rainbow heart with the word “Dad” on it and asked me to hang it up.

This opened up the floodgates. Now I have Post-It notes with drawings and writings, a few framed pictures of elaboate art, and many other things hanging up (or in a pile of things that I’m “supposed” to hang up).

I like it. It brings a certain charm to the office.

Your Kid Wants To Learn More About Money From You Children are incredibly curious. The real question for parents is how they feed that curiosity. Do they welcome every question? Do they do their best to answer it while fueling more curiosity? (@ one money design)

The Pitfalls of Cosigning a Loan If you co-sign a loan and the person you’re signing with can’t (or won’t) repay the loan, you’re the one who’s going to be stuck with it. If this is a loan you can’t handle, then you shouldn’t be signing for it. (@ wallet hub)

Taking Your Family’s Finances from Good to Great The steps here all make sense, though they apply best to families that are already headed down a good financial track. (@ sound mind investing)

Truth and consequences Some people ignore the consequences of their actions, and that usually ends up causing problems. (@ )

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