What Kids Think About Money

Talking to kids about money early in their lives can help lead them to a financially secure future. In celebration of National Credit Union Youth Month, we stopped by a local classroom to ask students some important financial questions. This video shares all of the insight we gained from the interviews.

If you want to teach your child about good money management, a good first step is opening an account for them. We have account options for kids of all ages. Once your child has an account, you can use it to teach them about cash flow, interest, and the importance of saving.

For more tips on how to raise a money-smart kid, read our blog post on How to Teach Kids Good Money Habits.

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