If taught well, especially at an early age, financial literacy can pave the way for generational wealth.The difference between the rich and the poor is that the rich have acquired the habit of educating themselves and their children about money as early as possible.
This turns small acts such as saving into lifelong habits that build and sustain wealth. If we want our own children to get a proper head start in this world, then we must help them adopt positive practices.In Meet the Moneypennys, we follow the story of Timmie and Tammie Moneypenny as they discover benefits of smart money management.
Upon learning about the rise in power of a family enterprise like theirs, they are eager to pursue huge goals. They quickly implement the habits they have learned and this has immediate impact on their daily lives.Now is the best time to teach children the values of budgeting, investing, and entrepreneurship.