At Money Talks Edu, we teach teens practical personal finance scenarios, lessons, and activities that will strengthen teen money management skills and financial decision-making capabilities as they transition into adulthood.
" Road To Riches" is a financial literacy curriculum that familiarizes teens with sound financial habits.
Lessons encourage students to develop healthy financial habits and practical management skillsets not ordinarily taught in underserved schools.
Our personal finance programs and professional resources are RICH
(relevant, informative, comprehensive, and helpful).
Activities teach teen how to budget, save. how to write a check, how to establish credit, and identifies investing strategies for beginning investors.
To further raise awareness about the need for financial literacy in early education, our newly published curriculum "Road to Riches" lesson objectives and activities involve opening a bank account, establishing credit, investing, and other life skills not taught in schools.
Financial literacy is a critical component and a priceless education not taught in schools. According to Standard & Poor's Global Financial Literacy Survey, "although the U.S. is the world's largest economy, Americans fall woefully short in this area of education."
The Money Talks Team understands the inaccessibility of personal finance resources in early education is the origin of long-term financial hardships, debt, bankruptcy, and lousy credit scores many adults know.
"Road To Riches, Financial Literacy Guide for Teens" gives young adults an enriching introduction to personal finance and provides students with the critical financial literacy fundamentals earlier in their academic lives, rather than later or never.
Give your child the competitive advantage in the real world with our easy and comprehensive personal finance publication.
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