Clever Device Teaches Kids How to Manage Money Early
Whether you have a little or a lot, few would argue that being able to manage money well is important. Research from Cambridge University shows that we learn good – and bad – financial habits as early at 7 years old.
So getting to grips with how to budget, save and spend money responsibly when you’re young, the logic goes, will prepare you well for adulthood. For most kids, their earliest interactions with money come from pocket money and allowances.