Let's Talk Investing Teach kids to save more than they spend Add to ... The Globe and Mail Published Tuesday, Jul. 31 2012, 5:26 AM EDT Last updated Tuesday, Jul. 31 2012, 5:26 AM EDT Spending less than you have is the foundation of smart money management. How do you teach this lesson to kids? Watch More Video: The strengths of Western Canada's apartment market ECB 'ready' for further action U.K.'s first upbeat outlook since 2010 465,000 JPMorgan card accounts hacked London enjoys U.S. retail invasion This tin of Caviar costs 100,000 euros Peter Munk to step down from Barrick Gold at 2014 AGM Why a changing of the guard in corporate Canada is a good thing U.K.'s Osborne claims vindication in growth Portugal delivers on privatisation target German finance minister meets with Ukraine protesters Cameron says Britain open to Chinese investments Off The Clock: Pink Tartan designer cooks to unwind Rural India to help stocks plow ahead Just the Facts: Barrick Gold Icahn pressures Apple - A Twitter Timeline Feast your eyes on FreshBooks' exquisite office Peter Munk's legacy at embattled Barrick Gold The strengths of Western Canada's apartment market The new data that could trigger Fed taper 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?