Raising Financially Savvy Kids

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Does the high school or college your child attends teach them about:

  • Student Loans
  • How to Manage a Bank Account
  • Leasing or Buying a Car – Leasing Agreements and Car Loans
  • Renting an Apartment – Rental Agreements, Rental Insurance, Deposits, etc.
  • Buying a Home and Home Mortgages
  • Car Insurance
  • Health Insurance
  • How to Save and How to Prudently Invest Their Savings
  • 401(k) Plans, 403(b) Plans, IRAs, etc.

My guess is the answer is no.

Schools are supposed to teach our children the things they need to know in order to be functional adults.

So, why don’t schools teach the most basic and fundamental things necessary for children to become functional adults?

Schools are failing our children.

As a parent, you need to accept the fact that schools are not teaching your children what they need to know to become functional adults.

And, because schools are failing our children, it is incumbent upon parents to teach their children the financial basics I referenced above. If you do, your children will be able to meet their financial responsibilities in life and avoid making bad financial decisions, due to a lack of knowledge.



  1. Vuthy Chea on January 21, 2021 at 7:32 AM

    I love your articles

    • pwsadmin on January 21, 2021 at 9:10 AM

      Thank you Vuthy

  2. Jennette on January 21, 2021 at 12:01 PM

    Are there any kid-friendly books out there to give to our ‘bookworms’? It would be nice to have these as we teach our 6 and 9 year-olds why we give them $ for chores and opened savings accounts for them.

  3. Charles Williams on January 22, 2021 at 7:16 AM

    Your information is spot on and the way you covey it is in layman’s terms. I share it constantly and it has come back to me 10+ fold