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Teaching our kids about the benefits of good money habits is a critical part of their financial development. It prepares them for adulthood and helps guide them toward financial success and a better life.

As parents, we understand the importance of financial literacy. Learning how to think about money and manage it wisely is an important life skill. We must patiently help our kids understand the many ways to control money. Our kids will learn by doing. Some lessons will be thrilling. Others will be frustrating, even painful. In the end, we hope that our children will grow into financially responsible adults. The rewards are life-altering: living within their means, free from the anxieties of debt, and secure in their future.

This section will give you tips and tools for teaching money literacy – and help you assess your ability to model good financial habits.

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Videos and Articles for Parents:

It's never too early to start teaching your children money management skills. These valuable articles and videos can help you teach your children money habits for life.

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How to Raise Kids Who Are Smart About Money

Parents are responsible for teaching kids how to manage money. But too few do. Personal finance expert explains three things everyone needs to know about money.

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How You Can Teach Finance to Teens

Patrice Washington, founder and CEO of "Seek Wisdom Find Wealth," explains the best way to teach finance to teens.

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Teaching Financial Literacy to Kids

Financial literacy focuses on the knowledge and skills you need to make effective and informed money management decisions. This tutorial introduces key financial concepts that are appropriate for young children, including tips for getting kids to think about and understand the money topics.

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Financial Literacy: How to Teach Your Kids

Whether you have your own kids or you’re just the cool aunt or uncle, you have the opportunity to act as a role model and teach the children in your lives about a lot of different things. While some of these—like financial literacy, credit and protecting your identity—may not seem like fun, they are valuable life lessons that can help the kiddos make and keep their money.

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