According to a survey by Quicken, maker of personal finance software, people who learned about money as children were 20% more likely to prioritize teaching their own kids about money.
The top teaching tools—allowance, savings accounts, piggy banks—may not have changed much, but the lessons have evolved.
Today, parents are teaching their children about charitable giving 60% more than their own parents did, using credit cards as teaching tools almost 50% more, and teaching their kids about invest...
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