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    Top Money Management Lessons for Kids

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    Money management is a vital task that every individual must be well-acquainted with. If you are not well-versed in the nuances of finance, then managing money can be a strenuous task even if you are earning big.

    And that’s exactly why you should teach your kids about money management right from the beginning. Know that as parents, you are their first and biggest teachers. So, it is your duty to walk them through the intricacies of money management.

    As per a survey result, only 26% of the participants in the age group between 13 to 21 years were taught about financial management by their parents. It is high time that we focus on increasing this percentage for the next generation.

    But how will you help your kids learn about money management? This blog gives you an exact path following which you can bless your kids with apt financial knowledge. Without much ado, let’s proceed!

    Recommended Reading: Personal Finance For Kids – What You Should Know?

    Helping Your Children with Money Matters!

    Below mentioned are the top money management lessons that you should start inculcating in your children as per their age:

    1. Money is not something that is restricted to age.

    From the very beginning, be transparent with your kids about money. Let them know that money matters are not just limited to their parents. Involve them in age-appropriate financial talks.

    Let them know that from education to entertainment, from health to household, everything requires money. And that without money, it gets impossible to carry on day-to-day life activities.

    2. It is exhaustible.

    Money is a limited resource. And that’s exactly why one should be cautious while spending them. You must let your kids know that just like their candies, you, too, have a limited amount of money. So, spending blindly on things is definitely NOT an option. And that one should constantly work towards earning money to lead their livelihood peacefully.

    3. Wait with patience instead of seeking instant gratification.

    Waiting for something on which your kid has fixated his mind can be truly rewarding. Teach your kids about the biggest truth that money is not meant for instant gratification. One should always plan their expenses.

    Impulsive buying can be quite detrimental to your bank balance, and also your savings will take a significant dip. It is, therefore, necessary that you teach your kids the value of waiting instead of seeking instant solutions.

    4. Wishlisting stuff can save a big deal of money.

    Does your kid want that expensive mountain bike? Does your child want a gaming console? Inculcate in them the habit of wishlisting. Ask them to wishlist such products that they cannot buy immediately.

    Also, they have to state the reasons why they want that specific product so badly. This will teach them about patience. Also, they will get to know more about concepts like sales, discounts, etc.

    5. Saving is way more significant than splurging.

    Money is not earned for the sake of just spending ruthlessly. Rather, one needs to be financially educated to leverage money wisely. Teach your kids about the significance of saving money. Let them know about various money-saving tools, such as their favorite piggy banks, proper banks for adults, FDs, and so on.

    Help them understand that earning money takes effort and hard work, and that’s why, instead of spending them recklessly, it is better to save a significant part of what you earn.

    6. Money should never be more important than your loved ones.

    Financial issues often create a gap between loved ones and families. It is, therefore, essential that you teach your kids about the value of family and togetherness over money. Never promote ideas and indulge in activities that show greed for money. Your kids learn from you. It is, therefore, important for you to set the right examples for your kids. Teach them never to be dishonest with close ones for the sake of money.

    7. Money can make you more money when leveraged rightly.

    If you have teenage children, let them know about the importance and different types of investment. Educate them about the various avenues using which they can make more money by using the money that they have at present. Make them aware of the legalities and teach them to keep shortcuts and illegal techniques at bay.

    In a Nutshell

    Managing finances need not have to be perplexing and cumbersome. The right knowledge can help your kids steer clear of confusion. As responsible parents, you must keep your children enlightened about money management. Take cues from these articles and make sure you acquaint your children with money management tips and hacks.

    Do not just train your kids about earning money. Rather, let them know about managing, saving, and investing their hard-earned money.

    Moonpreneur understands the needs and demands this rapidly changing technological world is bringing with it for our kids. Thus we are on a mission to educate and ignite the flames of entrepreneurship through our holistically created online STEM programs, which will help kids master the futuristic sciences such as Robotics, Game Development, App Development, Advanced Math, and much more!!

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    Walkeer max
    Walkeer max
    1 year ago

    Is there any suggestion in Family Budgeting for kids?

    yekit
    yekit
    10 months ago
    Reply to  Walkeer max

    Engage in family discussions about money: Share budgeting tips, discuss needs vs wants, and celebrate saving achievements together.

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