Who’s a child’s greatest teacher? Their parents of coarse! They learn from the day they are born how to function as humans from their parents. Whether it be passive learning or directly learning, parents are rubbing off on their kids more than teachers and family. So it would make sense that it’s the parents responsibility to teach their kids about money and financial stability. Lets face it, kids are sponges. A lie you may tell them now about money may be retained as truth later, so try not to fib even for convenience. Don’t wait to long to talk to your kids about money, even in the simplest terms. Don’t lessen what your family has by comparing to others. And speak up, because you don’t want your kids learning such an important lesson from someone else.
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5 Bad Ways to Teach Kids About Money