Kids Learn Money Skills Before Age 7

Cambridge University agrees–children learn money skills before the age of seven. Because a young child sees what happens at the cash register. Seeing what money does happens long before knowing how money works. Parents are the most effective teachers in the early...

Kids Can Track Allowance in a Check Register

Looked at your transaction register (AKA check register) lately? They come complete with a list of codes for a variety of cashless transactions: DC, ATM, AD, AP, BP, and T. Hmm, can parents use this concept to teach their kids about money management? Track allowance...

Piggy Banks Fail at Teaching Money Management

Piggy banks are not financially literate. They are a fun part of childhood. Unfortunately, piggy banks fail at teaching money management to kids. Our kids are growing up in a world that uses increasing amounts of money that we can’t see or touch. We spend and receive...

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