Money Talks

Five steps to raising money smart kids

It’s hard to learn the true value of money without actually having some money to save and spend. That’s why setting aside a specific amount each week as an allowance for your children can be a good way to show them, among other things, that cash is a limited resource.

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Money Talks: Borrowing Money

What is is credit and why is it important? What does it mean to be in debt?  In what instances should you use credit? Find answers to these important questions, key words, conversation starters, and real world applications to start talking to your family about borrowing money and credit cards. 

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Money Talks: How to Protect Your Money

What is identity theft? What might someone do with stolen personal data? How do you protect your identity online?  Find answers to these important questions, key words, conversation starters, and real world applications to start talking to your family about protecting themselves and their finances from scammers. 

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Money Talks: Where To Keep Your Money

What’s the difference between a checking and savings account?  Which type of account should you pick? How do you open an account? Find answers to these important questions, key words, conversation starters, and real world applications to start talking to your famiily about saving and spending. 

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