Smarter You Series - Raising Financially Aware Kids

Smarter You Series - Raising Financially Aware Kids

by Brandon Miller on Apr 26, 2022

Family, Money, Personal Finance

Talking to kids about finances can be a tricky spot to be in. But it is never too early to start learning, still crawling, to being financially aware. You might be hesitant since these concepts might not make sense to them and money is usually seen as an “adult” topic. But then how do we get our kids involved when it comes time for them to learn how to manage their own finances? You can absolutely raise your kids to be financially aware. But wait, what does that look like and how do we even do that? 

Lucky for you, this Brio event will help to answer all of your questions. Hosted by our wonderful senior financial planner, Matt Beck  discusses techniques on how to raise your kids and grandkids to be financially aware. 

This session covers not only what an allowance means, but also how kids ‘perceive’ money from a wants vs needs point of view.  And we also help to decipher other common perceptions regarding values around spending, saving, and budgeting at a young age.  

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