Let's Talk Investing Teach kids to save more than they spend Add to ... The Globe and Mail Published Tuesday, Jul. 31, 2012 5:26AM EDT Last updated Tuesday, Jul. 31, 2012 5:26AM EDT Spending less than you have is the foundation of smart money management. How do you teach this lesson to kids? Watch More Video: Popularity gig: The power of ‘sponsored social' Chinese stock sell-off hits Wall Street UBS profit beats expectations Bank of America: Get ready for a 74 cent loonie Market Call Tonight: Top Picks from Bank of Nova Scotia’s Jaime Carrasco Tim Hortons’ owner boosts dividend, beats expectations Target can't unload Canadian leases Teva buys Allergan for $40.5-billion Oil prices slide on China stocks rout Upbeat Ryanair pitches price plan China growth fears send stocks tumbling Low crude expected to weigh on oil sands expansion until 2017 Earnings at the forefront for Canadian investors Fiat Chrysler hit by record $105-million fine Amazon steps up its fashion offering Thailand exports fall nearly 8 percent Mitsubishi to close Illinois auto plant Flights of fancy for Russian aviators Why women need to save more than men "I would not have done the FT/Nikkei deal" Comments AA More Related to this Story Let's Talk Investing Video: Does my child need a bank account? Let's Talk Investing Video: Should kids learn about money by trial and error?