Tips to teach children about money

It’s never too early to teach kids about saving money for the long term.

Financial literacy lessons are expanding in schools, but training should start at home. While the average Australian child receives more than $10 a week in pocket money, research has found that many parents don’t teach them about digital money.

Siobhan Hayden, the MFAA CEO, was featured in the Daily Telegraph last month following her interview with Anthony Keane.

Tips to teach children about money

The Daily Telegraph

3 March 2016

Link: http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/tips-to-teach-children-about-money/news-story/776a452058ba46f7b179bc6ea22eaf8f

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