Efforts to teach kids about money can often be a difficult and touchy situation. However, educating your children about handling their personal finances is something you need to get a jump on – sooner rather than later. The great thing is that talking to your children about money has proven benefits; T. Rowe Price’s 2014 Parents, Kids & Money Survey showed that children whose parents talked to them about money were more likely to save for college on their own, identify themselves as “savers”, and have more confidence in their financial abilities. Here are three easy rules to follow when it comes to introducing and talking to your kids about money. 1. Start the “money” conversation today.