As a child, money really doesn’t hold the same value as it does in our adulthood. Children only think about money and finances in general when it relates to something they want or think they need – often tangible items like clothes, shoes, or that shiny new toy.
Maybe we had the same ideals during our adolescence until life showed us differently. As adults, it’s important we leverage what we know now and create an environment where the entire family can benefit – no matter the age. Following are some suggestions that will help children generate better decision-making skills as it relates to finances.
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