By Kavita Kamdar
Head, Chase First Banking
Editor’s Note: This reporting on financial education is made possible by JPMorgan Chase.
Multiple studies have shown that the earlier kids develop healthy money habits, the better our prospects of having strong financial health into adulthood.
According to research, we start grasping money basics when we are 3. This gives us a great opportunity to introduce conversations about ways to save, think about spending, and the value of money early in our kids’ lives.
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