Kids and Money

5/15/2013 5:30:00 PM
This site, divided into information for five different age groups, provides lessons and activities that teach important lessons about saving, spending, and ways to avoid debt. Milestones for financial understanding are provided for children from ages 3 through 20 and activities are suggested to help kids reach each milestone. Children learn about choices on how to spend money, comparing prices, using credit cards and inherent dangers therein, and investing. They can also learn about taxes and IRAs. It’s never to early to teach kids about responsible handling of money and how to achieve financial independence.

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