Robin Taub | The Wisest Investment
Robin Taub returns to talk about her latest book, The Wisest Investment. We chat about the common concerns parents bring up with Robin with respect to money and the financial decision making skills they want to empower their children with. We then dive into what parents can expect to learn from this quick, strategy-filled guide that includes chapters and tactics for children of all ages. We strongly support [Robin’s] perspective on financial education and believe the framework she discusses here and shares in her book is well worth any parent’s time. In our conversation, we cover all the important bases; financial values, summer jobs, investment apps, human capital, and everything in between.
—Mostly Money with Preet Banerjee
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“I’m a parent of four kids — two are now young adults and two are now teens. Online apps were not an option for my oldest kids, but I now wonder if we should be looking at apps to help the younger ones develop healthy spending/saving habits. What might be the benefits or drawbacks to using such apps?” — A Money123 reader
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The vast majority of us aren’t giving up on cash anytime soon. That’s according to a recent Bank of Canada staff discussion paper which found close to 80 per cent of Canadians have no plans to go cashless in the next five years. And in fact, it’s finding new life as a budgeting and savings tool. CBC’s Jason Osler finds out why, and chats with Robin Taub about the longevity of cash.
Robin Taub, author of The Wisest Investment: Teaching Your Kids to Be Responsible, Independent and Money-Smart for Life chats to Ellen Roseman and Lana Sanichar on the Canadian MoneySaver podcast about teachable moments and how old kids should be when they get their first debit card.
—Canadian MoneySaver podcast
The world has changed dramatically in the past 18 months, and so has how we’re handling our money, and how we should be teaching our kids about it. In this episode, we chat about everything, including what age should we start getting kids interested in personal finance.
—JESSICA MOORHOUSE, More Money Podcast
On this episode of The Your Life! Your Terms! Show we chat about allowances, bank accounts, first jobs, taxes and paying yourself first. And perhaps most importantly, we dive into values and how they play a huge role in all of our finances. This episode is near and dear to our hearts as we didn’t learn about money until we were well into our 20s!
—The Your Life! Your Terms! Show
How can we raise MOSTLY money smart kids?
On The Motherhood and Money Show, host Bethany Bayless has Robin Taub of The Wisest Investment on talking about three easy-to-implement strategies for time-starved parents who want to raise responsible, independent, money-smart kids.
—The Motherhood and Money Show
Growing up, I always found money to be something that was hard to get, that it goes as fast as it comes. Even when we started to make more money as the years went on, I still had that lingering belief of ‘what if it’s not enough.’
This is why today’s conversation is SO important, our kids need to learn how to reframe their own beliefs about money too! If you’re a parent, this is for you. If you’re thinking about becoming a parent, this episode is for you. And if you are somebody like me, who, when you weren’t a parent, you didn’t learn about money at home, this episode is for you.
—SHANTELLE BISSON, Without Losing Your Cool Podcast
The holiday season can be a great opportunity to teach young children money lessons including needs vs wants, the importance of saving and investing, and the power of giving. Bobbi talks with The Wisest Investment author Robin Taub, about the best ways to have those talks, and make an impact on your kids.
—Money Tips for Financial Grownups podcast
Robin is giving a huge financial gift to the reader, because there is nothing worse than a kid who doesn’t know how to master their financial life.
—Alain Guillot, The Alain Guillot podcast
I have a great conversation with Robin and we discuss her latest book, The Wisest Investment. You’ll learn why now was the perfect time to do an update on her original bestseller, why parents need to make time to teach their kids about money, the 11 healthy habits of financial management that parents can model, and much more.
—Justin Chung, MoneyDad podcast
We strongly support [Robin’s] perspective on financial education and believe the framework she discusses here and shares in her book The Wisest Investment is well worth any parent’s time. In our conversation, we cover all the important bases; financial values, summer jobs, investment apps, human capital, and everything in between.
—Rational Reminder Podcast
On the latest episode of The Tony Steuer Podcast, Robin Taub, author of The Wisest Investment, speaks about why teaching your kids about money is the wisest investment. Discussion topics also include the five pillars of money and how parents can be a good financial role model.
—The Tony Steuer Podcast
How can you prepare your teenager for financial responsibility? What are the most significant obstacles today’s teens are facing in developing good spending and saving habits, and how can parents work around them? Raising kids in today’s digital world comes with many challenges, but we’d like to help with the all-important conversations around money.
—CPA Canada Mastering Money podcast
Straight From the CPA’s Mouth presents a two-part Financial Literacy podcast featuring Robin Taub CPA, CA and author of The Wisest Investment: Teaching Your Kids to Be Responsible, Independent and Money-Smart for Life. In this episode, we talk about teaching children the basics of money management.
—Straight From The CPA’s Mouth podcast
On this episode of CFO at Home, Robin and Vince discuss challenges for parents in educating their kids about money, having age appropriate conversations with kids about money, the importance of being a good financial role model for your kids, and more.
—CFO at Home Podcast
Ways you can help other people make meaningful change with their money. And, what’s being done across Canada to teach kids about financial literacy in schools. Robin Taub, financial writer, speaker and author, tells us about it.
—BRUCE SELLERY, Moolala: Money Made Simple
Parents have a duty and responsibility to raise financially educated, money-smart kids. If not, the kids and the parents wind up paying the price. And it’s an expensive lesson for all involved. Robin Taub is here to teach us about the importance of raising money-smart kids!
—ADAM KOL, The Couples Financial Coach Podcast
This week, I spoke with Robin Taub, author of the book The Wisest Investment, about how to instill financial literacy for children. We discuss strategies, role modeling, and techniques for teaching personal finance and money lessons to your kids.
—ANDREW CHEN, Hack Your Wealth
Robin Taub, author of The Wisest Investment: Teaching Your Kids to Be Responsible, Independent and Money-Smart for Life, speaks with Shaun Maslyk about Bruce Springsteen and raising money-smart children in a digital world.
—The Most Hated F-Word Podcast
Financial fitness guru Tracey Bissett chats with Robin Taub, author of The Wisest Investment: Teaching Your Kids to Be Responsible, Independent and Money-Smart for Life, about the wisest investment you can make, including who is teaching your kids about the five pillars of money.
—Young Money Podcast
Money can be a tough subject to talk about or teach, but Robin Taub, a chartered professional accountant, a professional speaker, and author of the best-selling book, The Wisest Investment, can help.
—CHCH Morning Live
Kris McCusker chats with Robin Taub, author of The Wisest Investment: Teaching Your Kids to Be Responsible, Independent and Money-Smart for Life, who says the pandemic and the shift to digital payments prompted her to update a book she wrote 10 years ago.
Robin Taub, author of The Wisest Investment: Teaching Your Kids to Be Responsible, Independent and Money-Smart for Life, speaks with Tom McConnell about how the five pillars of money can be discussed with children of every age group, and how to start these conversations in everyday life.
Robin is a great interview guest. Debt Free in 30 is a “long form” podcast, “live to tape” with no edits, so everything the guest says goes to air; Robin is a great guest in this format. She can succinctly present her main point (so she’d be great on short form radio or TV interviews), but then she can effortlessly expand on the point to give greater depth and nuance. I asked many pointed questions, challenging her conclusions, and she is great speaking “off the cuff” with well-reasoned, easy-to-follow perspectives. She speaks free of jargon, so is easily understood by a wide range of listeners. Always a great interview!
—DOUG HOYES, Host, Debt Free in 30 Podcast, Partner, HOYES MICHALOS
As an interview guest, Robin is witty, knowledgeable and authentic as she shares her gems of wisdom about making our next generation financially savvy.
—TARA NOLAN, Wealth Advisor, Nolan Financial and Host, NOLAN FINANCIAL RADIO
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