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Talk markets, emphasize savings, and take the fear out of finances. A family’s financial knowledge transfer is a prudent and powerful gift.
Use your teen’s summer job wages as a teaching tool for money basics like saving, budgeting, and even investing.
Arm your children with a common-sense approach to money, saving, spending, and investing. Talk economics to the kids daily, as part of your casual observation
The sooner you talk to kids about money, the better equipped they'll be as adults. If all goes well, they won’t have to rely on the First National Bank of Mom and Dad.
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