Credit card and household debts are at record levels today. Children from a very young age are constantly bombarded with the latest and greatest must have products, and are living in a “buy now, pay later” type culture.
Unfortunately, money management and financial awareness, two of the most important skills for anyone to have, are also two of the most ignored skills in most families today – especially when it comes to families with children.
What You’ll Learn
- Average college graduate is 27,000 in debt.
- Household debt hits record levels of 163.3% in 2015.
- Child’s allowance is $780 every year but less than 1% is saved.
- 84% percent of graduates indicated they needed more education on financial management topics.
- 39 % of millennials worry about their financial future at least once a week.
What Client’s Say
“Honestly, wish I had that info when I was young. I also see I can pull my socks up somewhat myself as well! Please…keep doing what you are doing. I have to say we really tried to get these messages across to our daughter, but you have somehow tapped into a method that really hits home.”
“My daughters are 9 and 6 and now they have a fantastic way of managing their funds visually and in a giving way.”
– John K