Children’s Understanding of Money is Earlier than once thought (as reported by Andrew Oxlade via telegraph.co.uk)

A recent released study by Cambridge University has provided some interesting insight into how and when children learn to understand finance. The age at which these habits develop is much earlier than many might think and will have profound effects throughout their lifetimes. The evidence in support of financial literacy education early in life continues to mount, and early education by parents and educators is paramount. Read the full article here. 

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