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Teaching your kids about money: Part 1

17th February 2021

Learning good money management skills is something you can do on your own, but it helps if you have someone there to guide you and impart little pockets of wisdom. This is why we think it’s good to teach your kids about money from an early age. Opening up discussions about finance with your teenagers, teaching little ones about the difference between 20p and 50p and small encouragements to preteens and their savings: it all helps build a positive relationship with money.

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