Many of us are familiar with the concept of SMART goals—those that are Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, and Timely. But have you ever heard of setting SMAAHT goals? It’s not just our Boston accent coming through, but a slightly different way to focus kids’ energy on achieving their monetary objectives. Find out how SMAAHT goals differ from SMART goals, and how the concept can help your kids achieve their money dreams in the latest installment of our “Kids and Money” series on the College Coach Insider blog.
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