Once a child is three, they are ready to start learning financial literacy concepts, according to Jamie Bosse, CFP®, CFC, CCRC. Bosse was recently interviewed by Steve Kraske on KCUR’s Up To Date during Financial Literacy Month. She believes it’s never too early to start building financial literacy. Bosse offers age appropriate tips for how to start the conversation and how to keep them interested.
Tips for talking with your children about money.
Children today are growing up seeing “money” as a plastic card used to buy things. For others, it’s holding up a smart phone and using a digital wallet. Regardless of the method, teaching financial literacy allows children to be better prepared to avoid debt and bankruptcy in the future.
Jamie Bosse is a lead financial planner with Aspyre Wealth Partners®. She is also the author of a series of children’s books on money concepts including “Milton the Money Savvy Pup Makes Saving a Habit.”
Bosse points out another benefit to being financially literate is a happier, more stress-free life.
“When it comes to money, being able to manage it well is really a part of a healthy lifestyle and the earlier you ingrain that behavior, the better it sticks.”
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Jamie A. Bosse is a Certified Financial Planner® professional at Aspyre Wealth Partners® and a board member of the Financial Planning Association of Greater Kansas City. For help with your specific situation contact Jamie at email@example.com