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KaChing with Jane King

Jane King

Business, Investing, Education, Training

A show by parents, for parents who want their kids to be money savvy. Jane and company share what they do with simple, fun ideas to help kids be comfortable, confident and smart when it comes to cash.

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Ted Beck, CEO of the National Endowment for Financial Education talks to Ka-Ching with Jane King about how the Greatest Generation learned about money in math class and why personal finance dropped out of the school curriculum. Back then, schools made sure kids graduated with basic knowledge of taxes, insurance and saving. This episode was...

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Join host Jane King on this episode of the Ka-Ching report where she talks to global guests about how kids learn about money in their cultures. Helen Liu of China, Kellen Donnelly of Uganda and Gladys Henriquez of the Dominican Republic share stories about growing up in another country and how those countries have changed and what lessons they...

New York Times Columnist Ron Lieber shares his stories from families who are trying to teach their kids about money. How much for the tooth fairy? Charitable giving? Buying stuff? It's all in this episode of the Ka-Ching with Jane King podcast. Lieber has some powerful advice for parents and great tips including the one answer that works for any...

Sadly, there is money in fake news-sometimes a lot of it. A former executive at the Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg Businessweek, Ellen Pollack discusses with hosts Jane King and Kim Mustin how these creators prey on a gullible public, how to spot it, and what can be done about it. Pollack shares her thoughts on the ways they gin up material...