LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - "Money doesn't grow on trees!" How many times did your parents tell you that?
In some cases, that's all they may have told you about money. And if you want your kids to learn how to manage money, save money, and spend money wisely, there are important tools you need to teach them.
On this Consumer Tuesday, Linda Tucker from Consumer Credit Counseling Services is here with seven tips to keep your kids financially independent. Click on the THVideo!
-Teach by example
-Talk to your children about personal finances
-Open a savings account or buy a bond
-Teach how to budget
-Show smart purchasing tips
-Advice on credit cards
-Teach your children about loans