Money as You Grow Book Club: How to Help Families Build Their Children’s Money Skills
Most parents and caregivers agree it’s important to prepare their children to be financially smart. They want the best for their children, and that includes the skills to manage day-to-day finances and keep on track for achieving what they want in life. But many parents and caregivers end up avoiding money conversations, sometimes because they don’t know where to start and sometimes because they don’t have confidence in their own money skills. The Money as You Grow book club can help.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) recognizes that libraries are a powerful and trusted community resource. Collaborating with the CFPB makes it easy for libraries to give more people access to help with their important money decisions. Now, libraries can offer the Money as You Grow book club from the CFPB, as part of their services to families and the community.