By Tim Kowols
Talking money with your kids could bring up tough questions you are not ready to handle if you are not prepared. A 2017 T. Rowe Price survey shows almost 70 percent of parents have some reluctance talking about the subject, especially if it brings up topics you are not comfortable discussing. Instead of deflecting your kids’ questions, Gay Pustaver from Money Management Counselors encourages parents to create educational moments within the conversation.
Pustaver also recommends showing kids what you do financially and explain why you do it. You can listen to the second part of our series about kids and money with Gay Pustaver online with this story.