Financial Literacy Awareness
Being part of your child's financial education can help build long-lasting relationships that can foster a better financial future for you and your child. Allowing parents to be part of this extraordinary journey can make a vast difference in their children's future and in their households. Encourage conversations during family time and dinner time, include kids in making household budgets or making their own budgets.
April is Financial Literacy Awareness Month Financial Literacy Celebration Event
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Having my son and daughter to be part of this organization has helped my kids in so many ways. They are more cautious towards the way they spend money, pay attention to prices, and ask themselves three basic questions:
1. Is it a need/want?
2. How can I afford it?
3. Is it part of the budget?
Being a teen can be very stressful due peer pressure. Being able to have constructive financial conversations can help make a great difference in their decisions.
Doing chores and receiving weekly or monthly allowances gives kids momentum to better manage money and the feel of what it's like to earn money for a living. Encourage
chores and allowances in your home, it can build and incorporate work ethics, goals, budgets, ambitions and improve self esteem.
Your children and you may have many questions about money and what they should do. Our most frequently asked questions to guide you:
1. Why must I save money?
2. Why can't I buy what I want?
3. I have my whole life ahead of me to make money.
4. Why can't I get a credit card?
5. How can I help my child understand why they should learn about money?