Thanks to PSECU for sponsoring today’s content, and for providing such valuable resources to parents.
Occasionally I find some parenting advice that is so spot-on, and that is put together in such a helpful, that I just print it off and put it somewhere I can easily reference it (on my fridge, on my wall, in my planner, etc.). Today I’ve got one of those SUPER helpful guides for you, so get ready to pin this infographic, and just go ahead and print it, too! 🙂
PSECU, a not-for-profit Pennsylvania credit union, has an awesome guide for how to teach your children good money habits, as well as excellent resources (such as books and apps) to help reinforce what you are teaching. Good money habits can begin as early as age 3, and are important to continue practicing all the way until 21, by which time you will helped your child learn how to be really smart with money! This infographic will give you very specific ideas for how to promote financial literacy, age-by-age. We are about to start some goal setting with our kids, thanks to the recommendations below!
PSECU can only offer credit union membership to Pennsylvania residents, but their free financial education is for everyone!