financial parenting
n. Financial services and education offered to the children of wealthy parents.
The newly minted multimillionaires of the Internet gold rush want more from their financial advisers than just estate planning — they want help in preventing wealth from corrupting their children's values. In the last two years, Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc. has seen growing demand for 'financial parenting' services that help with the problems some families face in dealing with sudden wealth.
—“Cool & Unusual,” St. Louis Post-Dispatch, February 06, 2000
The soothing balm of a trust fund is no longer seen as enough to ward off the terrible effects of a bout of big bucks. Lessons in "financial parenting" is a way, they are told, to learn how to inoculate their offspring against lethargy and indulgence.
—Toby Moore, “The View From Here,” The Express, December 06, 1999
1996 (earliest)
We can create stories for our children whenver life and the opportunity to do some _financial parenting_ give us a "pencil and paper."
—Larry Burkett & Rick Osborne, Financial Parenting: Showing Your Kids That Money Matters, Chariot Victor Publishing, September 01, 1996
Thanks to Wired magazine's Jargon Watcher Gareth Branwyn for letting me know about this word.