Your Kids: Making Sure They’re Prepared for Financial Success

While it’s always important to give kids time to just be kids, children growing up today face a much steeper learning curve than either baby boomers or millennials. In fact, child development experts now say that increasing expectations in school and in the workplace mean that kids need to start internalizing basic emotional, cultural and economic norms at an earlier age.

There is a growing body of evidence that it is important to keep your children intellectually stimulated and culturally integrated even before they start school. The goal is to make sure your kids have a working understanding of . . .

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