It’s Never Too Early to Begin Saving

By Adam Lansdell   The future must be funded, and your kids can begin learning habits that will make them financially conscious as they grow…

By Adam Lansdell

 

The future must be funded, and your kids can begin learning habits that will make them financially conscious as they grow. By promoting a sound foundation around the importance of having a savings account for a rainy day, emergency or even just something they want to someday own, kids can learn to value their hard-earned dollars.

Most banks and credit unions have fantastic programs for children that reward them for placing money into a savings account. But you might want to begin with the basics by purchasing your child a piggy bank and setting a goal.

 

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