Teaching Children to Save
A road map to financial responsibility
Use this road map as a guide for establishing a framework of sound financial habits with your child, no matter their age. A University of Cambridge study found that children's money habits are formed by age 7 and that children as young as 3 can begin to grasp the concepts of spending and saving. Take advantage of everyday teachable moments to begin developing those positive financial behaviors.
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