A recent study found that 84 percent of teenagers want to learn about managing money. What’s more, your kiddos are eager to know the ins-and-outs of personal finance from you, their parent.
In fact, children who begin learning personal finance early on are more likely to be financially literate in later stages of life, and have a higher probability of being successful.
FirstBank sat down with local author, Craig Kaley of “Money Athletics: Your Game Plan to a Financially Fit Tween,” to bring Aspen parents six easy tips to teach your kiddo good money habits.
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