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Mar 13, 2018

Podcast: How to Talk To My Kids About Money with Giff Carter

By Team Stash

Custodial accounts can give a child a financial head start (while educating them about investing).

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If only teaching kids about money was as much fun as teaching them to ride a bike or taking them to their first soccer class.

It isn’t easy. After all, teaching kids about personal finance reminds us how little we knew at their age — and how little we know now.

Learning about financial responsibility doesn’t have to be as painful as a trip to the dentist. It helps to have an account that can not only show them how saving and investing works but one that will belong to them one day.

On this episode of Teach Me How to Money, Stash’s chief revenue officer Giff Carter talks about Pokemon, parenting, and how he’s using custodial accounts to help his kids save for their futures and to learn the value of money.

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