Ongoing financial education is essential for our youth as they become increasingly more financially responsible. As children graduate from piggy banks to savings accounts, from savings accounts to checking accounts, the amount of responsibility becomes greater and so does the ability to spend the savings!
To further support the financial education efforts of local school districts and caregivers, we offer the Money Talks newsletter series (provided by the ABA Education Foundation), with tips, practical advice, and age-appropriate activities to bring money lessons alive for young children, tweens, teens and young adults. This newsletter is designed for parents, grandparents and other adults to help teach children and young adults about money.
The following issues of Money Talks are available. Please download them, and ask us if you have any questions.
There are a wealth of other financial education resources available for people at all ages and stages of life. An example of one such resource offered by the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, which can easily be customized to meet your financial education needs, is: http://www.stlouisfed.org/education_resources/
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