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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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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 http://robkschulte.com 

Nov 15, 2016

Jane King and Kim Mustin speak with CNBC's and TheStreet.com'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. www.allisonbehringer.com

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. www.allisonbehringer.com

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

www.robkschulte.com

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