Live Chat With Janet Bodnar: Teaching Kids About Money

By Janet Bodnar, Editor, Kiplinger's Personal Finance, Janet Bodnar, Editor,

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Parents, no matter how old your kids are, they will come to you for advice on money. So you need to be prepared to explain personal finance to them in terms they can understand and to teach them money-management skills. If you have questions about how to do this, I can help.

To mark Financial Literacy Month, I'll be taking questions about raising money-smart kids during an online chat Tuesday, April 24 from 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. ET . Do you want to know at what age to start giving your child an allowance? Are you wondering whether your teen should have a credit card? Would you like to teach your child the value of saving but don't know how? I can answer all these questions and more.

Join the chat Tuesday or submit your question now. Even if you don't want to ask a question, you can learn by following the conversation online.

Also, be sure to check out the full archive of my Money Smart Kids columns for more information on financial literacy. See you Tuesday!

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