Financial Literacy for Kids

Boy learning financial literacy for kids by counting coins under a blanket tent

When you make the decision to have kids, one of the greatest rewards is watching them learn new skills — from reciting the alphabet to riding a bike. Financial literacy is also something that can be taught from a young age. By teaching your kids about money when they’re young — and continuing to have money conversations as they grow older — you can help your kids become more financially confident adults.

Read on for financial lessons you can pass along to your kids.






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