Podcast | Talking to your children about money

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Maya on Money's My Money, My Lifestyle podcast - available every second week.
Maya on Money's My Money, My Lifestyle podcast - available every second week.

In this podcast, Personal Finance writer Maya Fisher-French speaks to 13-year-old Alidzulwi Tshikosi, author of Not Being Authentic Can Be Costly and her father, Ramarumo, about how to have those money conversations with your children.

They also discuss home schooling and how he and his wife are raising their daughters to develop skills and a value system to help them grow into independent young people. 

This podcast will inspire many parents, and hopefully encourage us to break the taboo around talking about money.

Not Being Authentic Can Be Costly is a warning tale of a young man who uses credit to live beyond his means and which ultimately destroys his relationships.

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