By Paul Schmitt
Smartphones are an integral part of society’s technology and communications today for adults. Parents often face a tough decision to decide when it is appropriate for their children to have one. Gay Pustaver from Money Management Counselors in Door County says it comes down to your own values.
Pustaver says despite what other parents or children think, it should come down to your shared values with your child. She says no set age is appropriate for cell phone ownership, but the answer is to start a good conversation with your child and remember that other phones are usually available in emergency situations. You can find the entire Money Management Monday interview with Gay Pustaver below.