Deciding to start a family is a big decision that comes with a lot of responsibility.
It’s great to teach financial literacy and financial responsibility to your children from a young age.
As kids grow older and start to mature, so should their attitude towards money. While your teenage son or daughter might have some experience with earning and saving money through an allowance, they still might not fully understand what it means to be fiscally responsible.
When your children are young you teach them to read, write and tie their shoes: all fundamental tasks that remain with them throughout the entirety of their lives. Well, what if we teach our children money management at an early age?
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I just wanted to thank your entire staff at The Law Offices of Leslie H. Tayne, for helping me get out of debt. If it wasn’t for your firm, I would have never been able to resolve my $13k worth of debt in less than 3 years. Your staff did a great job, I was finally able to buy myself a brand new car without using a cosigner. I can’t tell you again how happy I am. I would recommend your services to anyone.
L.C. Client 2007-2009
I sleep like a baby at night now because of the work that you and your office have done. Rest assured that I will refer anyone I know to your office with conditions that are similarly circumstanced.
R.S. Client 2012-2014
You have been very helpful at first directing me in the right direction when I had no clue how to go about handling everything, I really appreciated all your advice and help and hope we can work something out. Thanks again for all your help and kind words, and patience.
D.M. Client 2009-2012