Financial Literacy Month: November marks this nation-wide initiative. Looking to involve your kids? Here are a few ways to teach financial literacy at home.
With school starting up just around the corner, it’s a great time to focus on financial literacy with your kids – but a recent ING study shows more families could be hitting the books. Read on for a handy breakdown of age-appropriate finance lessons, and give your kids a head start in personal finance smarts.
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Finance lessons for kids that will promote financial literacy in your home, for all ages.
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This week on Money Wise we’re asking Canadians: How confident are you in today’s economy? After all, Canada emerged unscathed from the housing and investment bubbles that have ensnared our neighbouring nations – Germany’s Angela Merkel even praised our economic model as a potential solution for Europe’s woes.
Camp is over, fall activities don’t start for another month, and your children are getting bored. Rather than spending money trying to entertain them, why not use this time as an opportunity to teach your children how to SAVE money?