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Money savvy Scots are far less likely to get into serious debt so finance experts now claim we should be educating children about cash as soon as they start school.
Starting tomorrow, My Money Week is an annual financial education campaign run in schools, but if your school isn’t covering it, you can still support your kids at home – and maybe learn a few things yourself.
So we’ve teamed up with Bob Szechenyi, Investment Director at Rathbone Investment Management to help.
Bob says: “Starting to learn about money and saving as early as possible can help build a stable financial foundation that will pay its own dividends throughout life.”
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