Should Preschoolers Be Taught Personal Finance?


By Ashlea Ebeling
Did you have a toy cash register as a toddler? It just might have set you on the course to being a financially capable adult.
In its just released Building Blocks report, the Consumer Financial Protection Board explores how to prepare kids for financial capability as adults. It identifies three stages of financial capability development. Embrace these chances to start kids on the right path to turning into money-smart adults. Believe it or not, it all starts with make-believe play at age 3.
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