Five ways to teach your children to fill their bank accounts and achieve economic success.
Our finance expert shares tips for raising financially independent kids
For many, spending comes more naturally than saving.
That’s because being good with money isn’t innate—it’s learned. It’s a practice that, when taught at a young age, can become a pattern in adulthood. And saving isn’t the only thing: Budgeting, setting goals, making careful decisions and building a foundation for future success can all be imparted to kids through simple conversations and hands-on lessons that help them form strong financial habits. Here are some ways to instruct your offspring on how to manage funds, whatever their ages.