April marks the start of Financial Literacy Month, a nationally recognized movement to promote and support financial understanding in children and teens. For many, it's a fantastic opportunity to teach and connect with their children or grandchildren, and these kids are ready to learn! Recent data shows that nearly 74% of teens desire to be financially literate, and 86% want to learn how to invest.1
Teens tune in
How to start
A bright future
If you decide to put your "teacher" hat on this month, let us know! We're always happy to help educate and support our future generations.
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1. Greenlight.com, 2021
2. Greenlight.com, 2021
3. CNBC.com, 2021
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April Is Financial Literacy Month
April 07, 2022