How to teach your children the value of money (and how to manage it)
Ultimately, it’s a parent’s job to prepare his or her child for independence and groom children to be productive members of society. If financial literacy continues to be an afterthought, not only will we be shirking our responsibilities, but we’ll also be setting future generations up to repeat our mistakes rather than learn from them and go on to bigger and better things.
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