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  • proper n. A Muslim people from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia and north-west China.
  • proper n. The Sinitic language of this people, close to Chinese Mandarin dialects but written in the Cyrillic script

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  • Dungan, which is written in Cyrillic), yet they are Sinitic nonetheless.

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  • But whether the donation is for $50 or $5,000, what's most important is that parents start having these conversations, Mr. Dungan says.

    How to Raise a Philanthropist

  • Start Small and Simple Ross MacDonald Nathan Dungan worked with a family whose teenage son's eyes glazed over anytime the parents asked about what type of volunteer work he'd like to do.

    How to Raise a Philanthropist

  • The parents were shocked and thrilled, says Mr. Dungan, the creator of Share Save Spend, a Minneapolis-based educational company created to help families develop healthy financial habits.

    How to Raise a Philanthropist

  • If the child wants to help hungry children in Africa, on the child's birthday or another special occasion, parents might give them a check to donate to the cause they researched, Mr. Dungan says.

    How to Raise a Philanthropist

  • "Start small and keep things simple," says Mr. Dungan.

    How to Raise a Philanthropist

  • If he had a relapse, his mother and Mr. Dungan would cut him off from the card.

    When Your Child's a Spendthrift

  • Mr. Dungan set up a system through which the son would regularly stop by his mother's investment bank to pick up a pre-paid debit card.

    When Your Child's a Spendthrift

  • For many people there's a lot of guilt associated with the inheritance because it wasn't earned, says Nathan Dungan , a wealth coach and president of Share Save Spend LLC, based in Minneapolis.

    When Your Child's a Spendthrift

  • Mr. Dungan, of Share Save Spend, says that was the case for a drug-addicted client he began working with about five years ago.

    When Your Child's a Spendthrift

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