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Teaching Kids Today The Proper Attitude Towards Money & Finances

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Tony Rasmussen, VP of Public Relations at MACU, talks about one of his passions: teaching kids the proper attitude about money. For example, parents who struggle with credit often have children who grow up with credit struggles and vice versa.

Some of the most powerful lessons about finances for children, according to Tony, are from the things they see and hear their parents do with their money.

For a child who's young, 2 or 3 years old for example, one of the best exercises for that age group is to take their money and move it into a physical location like a piggy bank.

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