The Future of Finance Starts in The Classroom

April 15, 2019

Most girls are first taught how to save by banking their coins in a jar or piggy bank at the early age of five. While direct lessons from parents can help shape a child’s perception of money and finances, experts agree that the most effective education is through demonstration (Fast Company). According to a survey of 1,000 parents, respondents were more likely to teach their daughters fiscal restraint, while their sons were more likely to be taught about building wealth.