Money is to be understood, not feared

by | 25th July, 2019

Starting financial training early is becoming a must in today’s disrupted world. School children are missing out on this training, unless they take a business skills class at school, or have progressive parents that teach them these skills at home. Within the last few months a few books have begun to emerge that are aimed at young learners, and we are beginning to see more blog posts that offer ideas on how to teach children about money. The take home message from all of them is that we need our children to feel comfortable with and about money.

Advance Youth Now puts these ideas into an entrepreneurship context, and offers learnings about wealth and fiscal responsibility from a business perspective. The sooner teenagers understand how money works, the sooner they can start being in control of their finances.

Read an example blog on this topic here.