You want to improve your children's financial literacy, but ...

  • Do you know if you are the person to teach them?
  • Do you know where to start?
  • Do you know what to teach?
  • Do you know how much to teach?
  • Do you know when you should teach them?
  • Do you know why you should teach them about money?

The fear of making mistakes is one of the biggest reasons why parents don't teach their children about money.

Find out the top 5 mistakes parents make when teaching their children about money. They are not what you think.

The age of 6 years old through to 12 years old are the critical years to cultivate good money habits in our children. Parents of children in this age group will benefit most from everything that we do here.

Before you make another decision about your children's financial literacy, read the top 5 mistakes parents make when teaching their children about money.

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Subjecting children to voluntary financial discomfort

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