Survey 4 of 4 for parents of teens.

First of all, if you are NOT a parent of a teenage child, this survey isn't for you.

Secondly, wouldn’t it be great if someone created a series of videos and podcasts to help teenagers understand money and get the most fulfillment from their financial decisions?

Guess what.

It’s coming.

No joke. I’ll be launching the first episodes in February 2018.


The #askLyndsie show: a Podcast and YouTube channel dedicated to sharing with teens the best tried-and-true ways to earn, save and invest money.

Shows will be packed with real-life money lessons presented in easy to understand language by a mom, financial consultant, author & teenager-at-heart, and will often feature interviews with successful young adults, like the one in my latest eBook, which you can get for FREE here.

The survey you are about to take is just one in a series of surveys I need you to complete. New surveys will be sent to my Money Success Moms and posted on my Facebook page, so I hope you'll keep in touch!

Thanks for contributing your valuable insight to the #askLyndsie show by completing this survey! I hope you'll complete the three other surveys for parents of teens, too! You'll find them all at

With excitement and gratitude,

Lyndsie Barrie
Mother. Author. Financial Consultant.

PS.  Don't forget to get your FREE E-BOOK!

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* 1. Provide the current age of your teenaged child.

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* 2. On a scale of 1-5, how would you rate your child's experiences with money?  1 = negative. 5 = positive.

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* 3. What area(s) of investing have you thoroughly explained to your teenager?

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* 4. What area(s) of investing would you like to have explained to your child in the form of a podcast or YouTube video created for teenagers?

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* 5. How strongly do you agree with this statement:

"Every teenager should be saving 10-30% of his/her money, and half should be invested with the long-term goal of passive income."  ?

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* 6. How well has your child's school curriculum prepared him/her for earning money through investing in other people's companies?
1 = not at all.  5 = very well.

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* 7. Have you shared your best and worst experiences with money with your teenaged child?

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* 8. Describe your best money experience; one that you hope your teenager will have, too.

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* 9. Describe your worst money experience; one that you want to help your teenager avoid.

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* 10. How often does your child research a purchase and know 100% that he/she will get fulfillment rather than buyers' remorse before purchasing the item?

1 = never.  3 = sometimes.  5 = always.