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Ensure your children grow up to be financially smart

Buffett has a great quote on wealth where he says he wants to leave his kids enough money that they can do anything, but not so much money that they could do nothing.

Give children a safety net, but not fuel. Parents shouldn't give their children money just to make their life better. Children need to know that they have to make it on their own. 

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