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5 Essential Things Every Parent Needs to Teach Their Teens about Saving Money

Posted On: April 6, 2018 by Axiom Bank in:

If there’s one huge gift we as parents can give our kids, it’s the knowledge they need to grow up to be financially stable adults. As National Teach Your Child to Save Day rolls around this month (April 20), now is the perfect time to start teaching best practices for savings. And with the graduating class of 2018 about to walk the stage, it’s urgent that parents make sure their teens have the information they need to manage their money. But before you can expect kids to happily embrace the idea of setting money aside, they might need your help understanding a few things to make it all click, including: 1. The value of money While you may have encouraged your kids to save money for big purchases, many teens still don’t understand all the “whys” behind saving. They’ve never had to pay for things such as unexpected car repairs or monthly expenses like a utility bill. TRY THIS: If your teen isn’t working or doing chores already,

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