KaChing with Jane King

A show by parents, for parents who want their kids to be money savvy. Jane and company share what they do with simple, fun ideas to help kids be comfortable, confident and smart when it comes to cash.
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Jun 20, 2017

CEO of Independent Financial Advisors Kevin Supka shares his opinions on what parents should be doing to help their kids be financially savvy. He shares what he is doing for his young grandchildren and what people should know about finances when they graduate college.

------This episode was produced by Rob Schulte.

May 30, 2017

If you are young and broke, there's still a way to save money. WiseBanyan is a Robo-advisor that charges no fees, yes zero fees!! They can create a portfolio for young people who want to put away as little as a buck a month.


------This episode was produced by Rob Schulte.

May 4, 2017

In this episode of Ka-Ching with Jane King, Author, and Financial Literacy Activist Rachel Cruz talks to Jane about how to save a few bucks on raising children. She shares ideas on sports teams, newborns and financial tips for single moms. Rachel also shares tips on what to do with kids that's fun and cheap on days off school.

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--This episode was produced by Rob Schulte



Apr 18, 2017

Money habits start young. In this edition of the Ka-Ching with Jane King podcast, Jane and Kim Mustin talk with T Rowe Price Financial Planner Roger Young about the importance of talking to your kids about money. Even if you're like most Americans and have had some money mistakes, it's still good for kids to hear their parents talk to them about what went wrong. Parents who discuss financial topics with their kids at least once a week were more likely to have children who say they’re smart about money.


This episode was produced by Rob Schulte

Apr 11, 2017

Ted Beck, CEO of the National Endowment for Financial Education talks to Ka-Ching with Jane King about how the Greatest Generation learned about money in math class and why personal finance dropped out of the school curriculum. Back then, schools made sure kids graduated with basic knowledge of taxes, insurance and saving. 


This episode was produced by Rob Schulte


Mar 27, 2017

Join host Jane King on this episode of the Ka-Ching report where she talks to global guests about how kids learn about money in their cultures. Helen Liu of China, Kellen Donnelly of Uganda and Gladys Henriquez of the Dominican Republic share stories about growing up in another country and how those countries have changed and what lessons they keep in the United States and which ones they adopted.


This episode was produced by Rob Schulte


Jan 31, 2017

New York Times Columnist Ron Lieber shares his stories from families who are trying to teach their kids about money. How much for the tooth fairy? Charitable giving? Buying stuff? It's all in this episode of the Ka-Ching with Jane King podcast. Lieber has some powerful advice for parents and great tips including the one answer that works for any question your kids ask about money.

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This episode was produced by Rob Schulte



Jan 16, 2017

Sadly, there is money in fake news-sometimes a lot of it. A former executive at the Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg Businessweek, Ellen Pollock discusses with hosts Jane King and Kim Mustin how these creators prey on a gullible public, how to spot it, and what can be done about it. Pollack shares her thoughts on the ways they gin up material and how there's a parallel to teaching kids about having a healthy skepticism in life.

Continue the discussion or ask a question that will help your family by using the hashtag #KidsKaching on social media.

This episode was produced by Rob Schulte

Jan 11, 2017

One of the first opportunities to engage children in learning about money is by giving them an allowance. Simple concept - lots of questions. Ever wondered when to start? How much to give? What kids will be allowed to do with the money? In this episode, Jane and Kim speak with their guest Joline Godfrey author of “Raising Financially Fit Kids” and one of the country’s foremost experts on kids, families, and money. The three will share great strategies, tips, and advice on how to navigate these conversations with a goal to create financially independent kids.


Please direct any questions on Twitter or Instagram using the hashtag #KidsKaChing.


This episode was produced by Rob Schulte

Nov 23, 2016

Join Jane King and Kim Mustin as they talk with consumer advocate Adam Levin about steps to protect you, your family and children from becoming victims of ID theft. ID theft can be an expensive hassle. Being aware is the first step to reduce your chance of being attacked and Adam has some great tips.


This episode was produced by Rob Schulte 

Nov 15, 2016

Jane King and Kim Mustin speak with CNBC's and's Jim Cramer about how he handles the subject of money with his kids. What he has to say may surprise you. Jane, Kim and Jim also discuss the importance of dads in helping shape their daughters confidence handling financial matters.

This episode was produced by Allison Behringer.

Oct 25, 2016

Join Jane King and Kim Mustin and this month's guest Bobbi Rebell, financial journalist and author. Bobbi talks about her new book "How to be a Financial Grown-up". In it, she's interviewed some of the most successful people in business about their finance challenges and how they learned from them. Jane, Kim and Bobbi also discuss kids and money and how they navigate the tricky path of family finances. Plus some parents give tips on this show about kids money apps and games.

This episode was produced by Allison Behringer.

Sep 20, 2016

Why is sex education more popular in schools than financial literacy?  Jane King and Kim Mustin explore this topic with Todd Horowitz, author of Bubba’s Guide to Trading Options and creator of successful financial literacy programs in schools across the US. The discussion will talk about the importance of financial literacy at home and in schools and what role parents can play in raising more financially savvy kids.

This episode was produced by:

Rob Schulte