Five Ways to Encourage Your Kids Financially

A recent Schwab survey about the money attitudes of young Millennials (ages 21 to 25) and Gen Z (ages 16 to 20) showed an interesting dichotomy: When it comes to their financial future, today’s teens and young adults are both optimistic and unrealistic. I suppose that shouldn’t be too surprising. Youth is filled with optimism—and I love that. But when it comes to managing money, a healthy dose of reality is important in creating a secure financial foundation.

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