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Taking your kids about money.
Turns out most schools aren't even teaching -- -- the very basics of real life financial education.
In fact 75%.
Of Americans get absolutely no financial literacy education before they get to college.
Or even worse and there are entire lifetime.
-- just thirteen states require personal finance classes for high school students.
That's according to a survey by the council for economic education -- back as the president and CEO of the national endowment for financial education.
And a member of the president's advisory council on financial capability.
He says the first step to raising money Smart head is to be open and honest with.
This is -- -- sure this isn't an argument this is and when something bad has happened but explain to them how you've managed -- mistakes you've made in positive things he's done.
They really do listen and there are very important a drizzle take that and bill that and of their own lives.
Access financial education is a cumulative process that -- on the rapture life that'd be great if we could just say here's a book here's a class you've done.
But this is something you really have to continually learn throughout that your work life.
And even when your child -- -- available -- help teach your child about money include the jump start correlation.
At jumpstart dot or the jump -- coalition has great clearing house.
With a wider range.
Unbiased information that you can use to really start that discussion with your kids.
Two other web -- you can also check out our Smart about money dot org and Federal Reserve education -- -- Like backs at educating yourself about money is an ongoing process.
The council for economic education survey found that 80% of adults say they need help with financial questions.
In New York Brenda Buttner Fox News.
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