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Money talks:
Why and how parents should teach kids about finance

By VALERIE ABRAHAMS

Ron Lieber’s obsession with money began at the tender age of 12.

He was enrolled at the prestigious Francis W. Parker private school in Chicago in 1982 when divorce divided the Liebers into two households and precipitated a decline in the family’s standard of living. In the decade that followed, Lieber had a front row seat as his family negotiated financial aid for secondary school and college.   

Today, Lieber is a personal finance expert and The New York Times award-winning “Your Money” columnist. He credits his success in part to his mother, who taught him to be resourceful and took him along rather than leave him behind when she met with a university financial aid advisor to learn how to navigate the system. “She was not ashamed to have me learn the secrets of financial aid, how to navigate and present yourself,” he said. “I learned the world is filled with incredibly complex systems of money that are made to be hacked.”

Speaking to a large audience at the Scarsdale Public Library May 11 at an event based on a community read of his best-selling book, “The Opposite of Spoiled,” Lieber said parents’ reluctance to talk openly about money prevents them from raising fiscally responsible children. Read more >

 

Editor’s Notebook

Graduation edition July 3

The Scarsdale Inquirer will publish its annual graduation edition Friday, July 3. The edition will include a listing of Edgemont and Scarsdale residents, or former residents, who earned college and university degrees in 2015, as well as the college destinations of this year’s graduating classes from Scarsdale and Edgemont high schools.

College graduates and their families are invited to submit name and local address of the graduate, name of institution, type of degree, major and honors or academic prizes.

Photos of college graduates are welcome, preferably formal headshots, sent as high-resolution JPEG email attachments. Photos should be at least 2 by 3 inches and 270 dpi. Print photos are also accepted. The name and address of the graduate must be written on the back.

The graduation edition will also include listings of local public school graduates and moving up classes, supplied by the schools. Private school graduates will be listed, with college destinations but without photos.

Information may be mailed, brought directly to the Inquirer offices in the Harwood Building, Suite 510; emailed to LLeavitt@scarsdalenews.com or faxed to 725-1552. Write “graduation” in the subject line.

The deadline for college graduation photos and information and the college destinations of high school graduates is Monday, June 15; earlier submission would be appreciated.

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