If you have been blessed with grandchildren you’ll know just how savvy they are. From technology to creativity, they show just how progressive they are. However, despite their ability to adapt and change, many of today’s young people seem to be lacking what one might call ‘financial intelligence’.
As society steps towards being cashless, it is important to teach your grandchildren the value of money. It is perhaps one of the most important lessons you can teach them, but where to start?
*This article was first published on the Starts at 60 website in December 2017. It was written by Calista in her role as a staff writer and editor and has been published on Find Me Here with permission. All copyright remains with the publisher, Starts at 60.