Financial Literacy for Teens: Raising Financially Independent Children

Financial Literacy for Teens: Raising Financially Independent Children
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When it comes to raising financially smart kids, it’s all about teaching them the importance of budgeting and managing their finances. The journey might include giving them opportunities to earn an allowance at a young age, helping them plan for college as young adults, and eventually sending them off on their own as financially independent adults.

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