How Much Should Your Child Know About Your Finances?

One body of thought says that children should be privy to every detail of their family’s financial reality. These experts recommend that at year-end you take your child through your financial statements and bills and explain how much things cost. They should know your salary, what you pay in taxes, and how much it costs to use heat in the winter. This can even be a monthly ritual if that better serves your purpose. On the other hand, revealing too much about your financial situation can be stressful for your child. You do not want to create anxiety about running out of money, just as you don’t want your five-year-old showing up at preschool proclaiming how rich your family is by shouting out

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