- Date : 10/10/2017
- Read: 2 mins
What can you give to the man who has given you everything?
When Father’s Day comes around, you consider the expensive watch, the expensive dinner, the expensive road-trip. Some way to treat your dad to a memorable experience with your own money. Why? Because fathers are always trying to teach us the value of money. And the dream we all have is to share our success with them.
But now that you’re older and more responsible, maybe it’s time to give back to the man who taught you to stand on your own feet. After all, you are probably where you are in life today, because of him. This Father’s Day, why not show him just how much you’ve learned? Follow the steps below to show your dad you’re truly financially independent.
1. Decode the finance channel:
Have you spent time watching the business channel with your dad but never really understood it? Your dad may even have wanted to invest in the stock market, but held back because he heard some story of someone who lost a lot of money that way. But he may be missing out: equity investments are always profitable in the long term.
So, why not figure it out for him?
While in your 20s, you don’t usually have to think about major responsibilities such as home loans,