HELP YOUR TEEN GET STARTED ON THEIR FINANCES
Money fuels your future. It brings you closer to your goals and the freedom you seek.
But, how do you help your teen plan for their future?
That’s where The Money Date Box for Teens can help!
The Money Date Box for Teens is designed for young adults to get a clear understanding of financial topics so they can make smart decisions once they are independent. This is the perfect opportunity to get your teen on the right track to set them up for financial success!
As parents, we want to do everything in our power to set our children up for success.
What is the best way to help our teenagers secure their financial freedom?
The Money Date Box® for Teens is the perfect way to teach your teenager how to save for their future, build a credit score, open their first bank account, and so much more. The box contains instructions and playing cards – which helps you teach them about the value of money and how to build a strong financial foundation. The cards are broken up into 8 weeks based on topics, which will spark conversations with your teen, and help them build a healthy relationship with money from a young age.
The Money Date Box® for Teens is designed for young adults to get a clear understanding of financial topics so they can make smart decisions once they are independent. This is the perfect opportunity to get your teen on the right track to set them up for financial success!
Get The Money Date Box For teens
Money gives you choices; money gives you options. When your teen can understand their financial picture, they can take ownership of their future.
It won’t happen overnight, but The Money Date Box® will help your teen take the first steps to achieve their financial goals. Today is the day to start.
- Building Credit
- Good Debt vs Bad Debt
- Savings (short term & long term)
- … and more!
IN addition to receiving the physical box, you’ll receive access to our exclusive eight-week audio course with added content to support you on the financial journey.
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