This post is sponsored by Regions Bank, member FDIC. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
Teaching our kids about family finances, saving, and personal spending are important lessons. Yet, it can feel daunting for many parents – me included.
This is one of the reasons why I am so glad to be working with Regions Bank this year: to have honest conversations about money, share what works for our family and what I am learning.
Recently, I was part of a free webinar for parents and caregivers called: Money Matters: Talking to Your Kids About Money. In the 45-minute session, I chatted with two Regions Bank associates from the Next Step financial wellness team all about ways we can incorporate money lessons into everyday with our kids.
I know life is busy, but I want to encourage you to take a bit of time to listen to this webinar. You could even pop it on while you are getting ready in the morning or cooking a meal. It is chock full of useful information like:
- Ways to talk about money with kids during common occurrences like grocery shopping
- Why giving to others is an important lesson for kids
- Considerations for allowances
- Free resources for you to teach your kids important money management skills and facts
You do not have to be a Regions customer to listen to this webinar. To access the webinar, click here.