Seminar Teaches How To Talk To Kids About Money

Money Talks workshop helps parents talk to kids about finances at 6 p.m., July 21 at Fuller Lodge. Courtesy/Getty Images

EDUCATION News:

Some 87 percent of what kids know about managing money they learn from their parents, but most parents don’t fully understand how best to teach their children smart financial habits.

At 6 p.m. Thursday, July 21 in the Pajarito Room in Fuller Lodge, Raffi Andonian will host a free financial literacy seminar for parents and grandparents on how to talk to children about financial matters. The seminar is called “Money Talks”. Register by sending an email to randonian@ft.newyorklife.com.

Attendees will leave the seminar with a greater understanding of the importance of financial literacy for children, ways to help them make good decisions and the benefits of smart choices. It provides an opportunity for parents to learn ways to help kids successfully navigate the pitfalls of managing money.

Andonian is an Agent with New York Life.

The program is education-focused and not product specific. However, if attendees have questions or would like additional help, Andonian is available by phone at 505.934.1598 or email randonian@ft.newyorklife.com.

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