The NFEC releases “10 Tips to Teaching Children About Money” to help parents, educators and volunteers improve the financial capabilities of today’s youth. A companion guide – Family Money Talks – is also offered complimentary through the Financial EduNation campaign. The goal of both resources is to provide step-by-step guidance to those that desire to teach kids about money.
Most people agree that they wished they had received a financial education when they were younger. Picking up financial literacy skill sets at a young age may of saved many people from financial stress that is directly associated with monetary illiteracy. Today’s youth rely on their parents and concerned citizens to share personal finance knowledge that can help them avoid the common pitfalls that plague many people worldwide.
The 10 Tips to Teaching Children about Money will provide those that read the article clear guidance on how to effectively share money management lessons with kids, teens and young adults. Not surprisingly, this also helps adults learn areas of personal finance they may not be familiar with currently. The NFEC commends your efforts to help our youth learn about money so they may avoid the disastrous consequences that can accompany financial illiteracy.