The Smart Way to Teach Children About Money


WSJ.com | Published Feb. 2, 2015

By
Charlie Wells

It’s time to rethink how we teach children about money.

For all the effort parents put into helping their children understand dollars and cents, and for all the effort schools put into formal lessons in personal finance, most children still grow up into adults who can’t properly save, spend and budget.

Now researchers—from psychologists to economists to communications experts… read more>


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