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How parents can help kids avoid the entitlement trap

Parents want their children to grow up to be well-adjusted adults—and that starts with understanding where their perspectives about money come from. These tips can help parents build an environment of appreciation, not entitlement.

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Client story: Navigating the complexities of newfound wealth

When two siblings received substantial distribution from the family business, they reached out to Ascent to help them learn how to handle their newfound wealth.

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Financial literacy for kids: 6 ways to teach your child about money

One of the most important lessons children will learn is financial literacy. These activities can teach your kids budgeting and money management skills to help them become financially self-sufficient.

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How to teach your kids the basics of investing

Help your kids get a head start on their financial independence by teaching them investing basics, from compounding to opening a brokerage account.

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How to help teens discover their philanthropic passion

One way to share your values with your children is by encouraging them to actively participate in charitable giving.

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