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Children and Money Teaching Children Money Habits for Life

@inproceedings{Danes2005ChildrenAM,
  title={Children and Money Teaching Children Money Habits for Life},
  author={Sharon M. Danes},
  year={2005}
}
Introduction The life-long benefits of teaching children good money habits make it well worth the effort. Children who are not taught these lessons pay the consequences for a life-time. Some parents don't teach children about money because they think they shouldn't talk about money with children, don't have the time, or think they don't have enough money. Parents should take the time to teach children about money regardless of income and should start when children are young. This publication… 
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