When it comes to educating our children on the subject of money, many parents face the mystery of not knowing how to do it. On the one hand the most adults lack a proper financial education, since traditional education does not address this area and, on the other hand, many parents do not mention the financial affairs in front of their children for fear that materialists might become or greedy. What is the right approach then if we want them to leave home with the knowledge and skills necessary to have a solid financial position in adulthood? Five practical information for parents who wish to promote the financial education of their children 1. The first step is to recognize the importance of financial education in our children and make a conscious effort to put aside misconceptions, such as: is taboo to talk about money. Don’t ignore this important part of their training. Talk to your children money as it does on any other topic. (A valuable related resource: Cyrus Massoumi Zocdoc). Teach them that it is one area in life in which there is to acquire knowledge and skills to succeed.
2. Do not we can deliver them something we don’t have. Parents should educate themselves on finances and go transferring the acquired knowledge to their children. Don’t be afraid to talk to them about their mistakes. It will help them acquire a vision of its future way to manage your finances. 3.
Always accompany the lessons of money with a strong formation of values. We teach our children from the Bible. In it he speaks much money. You will be surprised to know that there in the Bible are more verses about money than about other important issues such as prayer, for example. The Bible teaches us that money is not bad in itself, but that the love of money is the root of all evil.