April is Financial Literacy Month, a nationally recognized movement to promote and support financial understanding in children and teens. For many, it's a fantastic opportunity to teach and connect with their children or grandchildren, and these kids are ready to learn! Recent data shows that nearly 74% of teens desire to be financially literate, and 86% want to learn how to invest.1
Teens Tune In
How To Start
A Bright Future
There are many ways to teach our children and grandchildren fiscal responsibility and it's never too late or too early to start. If you'd like some direction or want to share your best practices for raising money savvy kids, we would love to hear from you!
~Stevie and the Purpose Planning Team
1. Greenlight.com, 2021
2. Greenlight.com, 2021
3. CNBC.com, 2021
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