Bruce Cameron | Children pay for their parents' bad financial habits

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Children are likely to repeat their parents' bad financial habits and the cycle must be broken, says Bruce Cameron.

The bad financial habits of many parents are often reflected in their children. It is a cycle that must be broken.

Children, who grow up with parents who put no limit of debt, spend everything they have plus more, leaving unpaid bills and never budget are simply likely to repeat the process.

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