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Category Archives: Financial Education for Kids

Teaching Children about Money: Ages 4-13

Teaching children about money and how it works can be fun in addition to being valuable. It’s up to you to decide when to begin teaching your children about money, but it’s also important to be prepared should they start asking questions about money. After all, if you don’t teach your young children about finances, who will? The following money tips will help get you prepared so you feel confident teaching smart financial habits. You don’t need to be a financial expert Keep it simple and fun at first. One of the easiest you can do to get started is just count pennies and other coins with your child at the kitchen table. Then help them put the coins in… Read the full article.


4 Reasons to Use A Piggy Bank

One of the easiest ways we learn how to save money at a young age is with a piggy bank or some other container to collect our coins and money. So, in an effort to further encourage all of our customers to teach children about money, we wanted to highlight one of the simplest, most convenient ways to save: using a piggy bank. Most of us at some point in our childhood received a piggy bank. Maybe some of us still use our first piggy banks. It’s one of the most effective ways for parents to teach their children the value of saving money rather than spending it. More importantly, the piggy bank is also a good reminder for parents… Read the full article.