3 signs your kid will be a financial disaster
Have you had 'the talk' with your child yet? No, not THAT talk. The money talk. If not, you'd better start thinking about it. Experts say by 10, it's too late.
Obviously you haven't had "the talk" with your child. No, not THAT talk. The money talk. The one experts say you should have before he or she is 10 years old if you want them to be responsible savers and spenders.
Is your kid destined to be a financial disaster? Watch this latest Undercover Secrets video and find out what the three signs are that your kid is on the path to a spendthrift future ... and what you can do to change course.
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