If Ud study closely the curriculum of their children, you will find that they will acquire knowledge about many areas of life, but not the financial area. Why? It’s a good question, since it is assumed that the effort to teach them as much matter in order that might earn a living someday, should be accompanied with a minimum of instruction about what to do with that money once it is in your hands. (Besides spend it, of course.) However, my intention is not to question the system’s current education, but just to demonstrate that we as parents we cannot expect our children to learn something about the handling of money in school. Therefore, it is our task! And it is a matter of utmost importance. Just look at the level of indebtedness and poor preparation for the old age of the adults around us to understand it takes more than a good salary to ensure economically. Do then we teach them about this topic if we ourselves have received little education in the area of management and investment of money? The easiest thing is to learn alongside them. Then give you several data that my husband and I used to prepare our children in the financial area: 1.-Since we were pretty ignorant on the topic, we started to instruct with financial books and shared what they learned with them.

2. Les count our way of planning our expenses since we had married and together with them we analyze our mistakes and our misconceptions. We carry 3 to Bank with us and teach them the language Bank: rates of interest, deposit term, mutual funds, etc. We also carry them to know our account executives to be able to ask them questions. We instruct 4 in the proper handling of the money. Always inspiring them to think how they can generate money instead of just spending it.