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Teaching Kids about Money
Teaching Kids about Money
Use these tips to help your children begin to understand how money works.
 

News from the Financial Literacy Front

Tom Joyner Morning Show

Mellody explains why financial literacy is suffering among American kids and how you can begin to teach your child about money.

Summer Jobs: What is New, and What to Know

Tom Joyner Morning Show

Mellody discusses the financial lessons teens can learn, regardless of how they are spending their summers.

Bank Fees Hitting College Students Hard

Tom Joyner Morning Show

Managing finances can be a hard lesson for college students to learn, but Mellody points out that overdraft and late fees are avoidable with some thought and planning.

Helping Your Kids Understand Money

Tom Joyner Morning Show

Most parents want to teach their children about money, but don't know where to start. Mellody shares tips for teaching money concepts to kids of all ages.

Take This Opportunity to Teach Your Teen about Finances

Money Minute

If you have a teen researching their college options, use this experience to teach them how to responsibly manage their finances.

Financial Tips for College Students

Money Minute

As the college student in your family gets ready to leave for school, here are a couple of tips they can take along with them.

Instilling Financial Values in Your Child

Money Minute

Financial success can often be linked to two key traits: discipline and goal setting. Instill these characteristics in your child, and they’ll have a strong foundation for future financial success.

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