Survey Shows Kids Want To Learn More About Money

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(KTVI) - April is financial literacy month.  A new study from T. Rowe Price shows kids want to know more about saving and making money. Financial planner Stuart Ritter  talks about the survey and how parents can help their kids when it comes to managing money.

  1. First, explain why it may be hard for parents to teach their kids about money
  2. You say parents can take advantage of every day teachable moments
  3. The T-Rowe Price survey shows parents are more comfortable talking to their kids about bullying and drugs, than money. Why is that?
  4. Parents should talk with kids about setting specific goals
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