Teaching my kids about dollars and sense

As parents, our aim is to develop sound money sense and financial independence in our children. ST PHOTO: CEL GULAPA
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SINGAPORE - When our older children were in primary school, my wife and I would hand them their pocket money each day while driving them to school.

This practice has evolved over the years especially with J, the youngest of our five children, who is now seven and in Primary 2.

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