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Ashton Kutcher Won't Be Leaving Money To His Kids: 'I'm Not Setting Up A Trust For Them'

Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis ain't raising no trust fund babies.

The actor has gone on the record to say that he won't be leaving his kids any money.

Sorry, kiddos!

If you're Ashton Kutcher or Mila Kunis's kids, don't expect a free ride through life.

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Kutcher, who's worth a cool $200 mil, revealed that he won't be leaving any money to his kids, Wyatt, 5, and Dimitri, 2.

Both Mila and Ashton, who first met on "That '70s Show," have earned their riches through being two of the most successful actors out there.

Ashton is even now one of the highest-paid TV actors!

But while these parents may be mega-rich, they're sticking to their guns when it comes to not spoiling their kids.

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Get this: they don't even give their kids Christmas presents!

The reason why? Each Christmas, the family was overdoing it on the presents.

“We just stopped because there’s so much happening in the world where people don’t have anything," Mila shared.

"And we said, ‘Why don’t we just make this about other people?’ And they were amazing about it.”

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While it was easy for Ashton and Mila to set the new tradition, it did take a bit of wrangling to get each of their parents on board.

Grandparents love to spoil their grandkids, after all!

"We've told our parents, ‘We're begging you — if you have to give her something, pick one gift.' We'd like to take a charitable donation, to the Children's Hospital or a pet [or] whatever you want. That's our new tradition.”

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By doing so, they're not trying to be The Grinch; they just care about their kids and don't want them to end up spoiled like some Hollywood kids out there.

In the past, Mila has even made it clear that their kids are poor.

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In a radio interview with "The Kyle and Jackie O Show," Mila explained why it's important that her kids don't grow up with a self of entitlement.

"You are very poor, you have nothing," she said about her kids.

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"Mommy and Daddy have a bank account," she said.

Then, in a 2018 episode of Dax Shepard's podcast "Armchair Expert," Ashton made it clear that his kids are not trust fund babies.

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"My kids are living a really privileged life, and they don't even know it," Ashton said.

“And they’ll never know it, because this is the only one that they’ll know.”

"I’m not setting up a trust for them. We’ll end up giving our money away to charity and to various things.”

Since he wants his kids to be resourceful, his strategy is to take them on lots of camping trips.

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"I want them to be really resourceful," he explained.

"Hopefully they'll be motivated to have what they had, or some version of what they had."

If his kids plan on getting money from daddy, they'll need to have a business plan first.

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"If my kids want to start a business, and they have a good business plan, I'll invest in it," Ashton said.

"But they're not getting trusts."

All of this shouldn't come as a huge surprise since Kutcher did grow up in lower-middle class.

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This means that he knows how good his kids have it.

When speaking to Dax, he even said rich people were seen as "evil" while growing up.

Besides, Ashton and Kutcher still treat their kids well in other ways.

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For instance, after all of the allegations that Ashton's ex-wife Demi Moore made in her memoir, he and Mila treated the kids to a trip to Disneyland.

Plus, with Mila and Ashton as parents, these kids aren't doing half bad.

While they might not be getting cha-ching from mom and dad, we can all admit that these kids have won the genetic lottery with these two as their parents.

Congrats, kiddos!