Are you interested in raising a money-smart kid?

Are you interested in raising a money-smart kid? Or are you in a position to potentially influence families to raise money-smart kids? (I’m looking at you, my credit union friends.)
I’ve been thinking a lot lately about how to better connect with parents because I believe that is how the needle on the “financial literacy for kids” gauge will move and help us get closer to our goal: to help families raise money-smart kids of all ages.
I’ve recently begun a small pilot program to coach parents, and this article indicates that perhaps this approach makes some sense. I certainly hope so. 
Chief Mammal
The Money Mammals


  1. Peter B says

    Keep at it, John.
    More parents can use your guidance in helping their kids to form a solid base of financial smarts. The rewards can be lifelong!

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