Don’t you wish you had learned more about money when you were a kid? I do! I’m sure most of us have experienced at least one costly, stressful money mistake in our life – times. Although many of us had to learn our money lessons at the school of hard knocks, we can make our children’s lives easier.
In today’s age, our children have even more temptations than we did. From birth, they are inundated with messages from advertisers to “buy, buy, buy!” A typical kid is exposed to more than one million advertisements by the time they reach age 21. To counter – act the conditioning to spend and give children good money management knowledge, teaching kids and teens personal finance lessons becomes essential.
Bottom line: Financial habits are formed early. We should begin teaching kids lessons about personal finances when they’re young. If they are already older now, that’s OK. It is critical that they receive professional-level training prior to moving out on their own. By giving them practical lessons in formats to which they can easily relate, you’ll establish an educational foundation that supports continued financial education training as they mature.
This course will help your children develop essential money management skills and help mold positive financial habits.