From budgeting daily expenses to deciding a career path, attending college brings plenty of opportunities for teenagers to make the right—and wrong—financial decisions. That’s why parents of college-bound children should utilize opportunities to instill money and wealth preservation lessons in their children. But knowing where to start can be daunting. The experts at Key Private Bank have narrowed down the best ways to help you discuss important money lessons with your teens, so that you can set your children up for a lifetime of financial success. Read about the four wealth lessons you can start introducing to your children now when you read our latest whitepaper.
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