Welcome to CliftonCorbin.com I’m honoured to have you join the community of parents who want a bright financial future for their children.
I believe that parents are the key to creating financially literate adults because you are your children’s best teacher.
My mission is to give parents the tools and skills they need to ensure their children are financially literate and ready to manage in a world where the use of money is constant.
Parents and children are all individuals with different learning styles. I respect that, so I have created articles, stories, and activities to help you learn and teach these concepts.
If it’s your first time here, we know all of the information can be overwhelming, so I’ve created this page, with some of my very best resources, to get you started.
My name is Clifton Corbin and I’ve been obsessed about money and how it works since I was a child. Yet some how even with supportive parents, I still didn’t have everything I needed to avoid some serious finical mistakes as a young adult. I hope through this site I am able to help future generations avoid some of the mistake I made. Read More…
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I focus on Financial Literacy because it is important to me, and I have a feeling it is important to you too. But let’s be honest Financial Literacy is a broad topic. It covers anything you can do with your money. I have a lot of articles written with even more on the way. While I hope you read everything.
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Who does most of the talking when you’re at your pediatrician’s office? More and more data is coming out that advises parents to let their…
Financial literacy is starting to become a focal point in schools. For that, I’m very thankful. While I believe introducing financial concepts to students earlier…
Hey Mom, are we rich? Has your child asked you this question, or it’s opposite, “Are we poor?”. We have and it is a doozy. …
I hear you out there. “Teaching financial literacy is a drag.” And it can be. If you are like most, you are probably thinking about…